October 2005: DigitalSpace selected for SBIR Phase II Project on Lunar Telerobotics Design Simulation.
November 2004: Simulation-Based Lunar Telerobotics Design, Acquisition and Training Platform for Virtual Exploration, an SBIR Phase I project awarded to DigitalSpace by NASA. Partners on this project include NASA Ames Research Center, The Colorado School of Mines and Stanford University. The project will produce a virtual environment representing a teleoperated lunar bucket wheel excavator (BWE) that is an analog to Colorado School of Mines' physical test BWE and its lunar simulant sand box. This project will provide an important proof of concept application for NASA's in support of simulation based acquisition (SBA) visualization as well as value to the mining industry.
November 2004: BrahmVE Platform for Design and Test of Large Scale Multi-Agent Human-Centric Mission Concepts, and SBIR Phase II project awarded to DigitalSpace by NASA. This project will engage several partners including NASA Ames Research Center to build a universal model repository (UMR) for 3D CAD models, procedures, animations, scripts in support of simulation based acquisition (SBA) visualization.
January 2004: BrahmVE Platform for Design and Test of Large Scale Multi-agent Human-Centric Mission Concepts, a 2003 Phase I SBIR proposal.
October 2003: Proposal for BrahmsVE: Proof of Concept for Human/Agent Intelligent Augmentation awarded by NASA to DigitalSpace.
2002: Phase I Proposal: BrahmsVE: Proof of Concept for Human/Agent Intelligent Augmentation
2000: Phase I Proposal: Brahms VE: A Collaborative Virtual Environment for Mission Operations, Planning and Scheduling
1999: Phase I Proposal: Mission to a Virtual Solar System