Incap Estonia will provide electronics for stereo cameras to Maxar Technologies for NASA’s Artemis lunar program
Estonian company Crystalspace, partnered with Tartu Observatory of Tartu University and Krakul, has been selected by Maxar Technologies, a trusted partner and innovator in Earth Intelligence and Space Infrastructure, to build two stereo cameras that will act as a pair to monitor the operations of a robotic arm that will collect regolith samples from the Moon.
For the production of the two cameras, Crystalspace has partnered with Incap Electronics Estonia to produce the electronics, Insero to design the mechanics, Radius Machining to produce the mechanics and Tauria for software development. The flight models will be completed in the first half of 2021.
Read more: https://krakul.eu/stereo-cameras-for-nasa-artemis-lunar-program/