Episode 128: Humans vs. Robots for ISAM
About Episode 128
In the world of ISAM (in-space servicing, assembly, and manufacturing) what should we use humans for and what should we use robotics for? What have we learned from decades of their partnership and what can we bring forward into the future? Do we always need humans-in-the-loop? In this episode experts Martha Hess and Jerry Miller from the Aerospace Corporation’s Human Exploration & Space Flight Division discuss these questions and more.
Available by video or podcast.
This episode is part of a Center for Space Policy series on ISAM (in-space servicing, assembly, and manufacturing). This series will cover a range of foundational topics regarding the current and future development efforts for an in-space economy based on ISAM technologies and missions.
This is part 3 in the series. Topics in the series include:
- International standards-making
- How Stuff Works
- Extending capabilities with robotics
- Building US national collaboration
- International law and partnerships
- Space Access, Mobility & Logistics (SAML)