Dyson has introduced a new remote-controlled robot called the Dyson Program LiftMaster, which it says can lift up to a 100kg payload.
The device, which can be set to automatically lift and deploy payloads weighing up to 500kg, will be sold as a kit from April.
The remote-control vehicle can be configured to lift up a payload up to 100kg, while still maintaining the robot’s basic design and capabilities.
Dyson says the Program LiftMaster will be able to lift payloads up to 25kg (65lbs) in a controlled fashion, and can carry up to three payloads at once.
It will also have an onboard navigation system, which will allow the vehicle to track its position while the operator is standing behind it.
Dynababy says the Density Cube, a new, compact, self-contained CubeSat that has already been developed by NASA, is being developed for the Darpa CubeSat Program.
The DensityCube, which has a mass of less than two kilograms, is designed to be used as a research and development platform for the CubeSat mission.
Dynamical Systems, which makes the Drones, is developing a new system for small satellites.
It is a “micro-satellite” that will enable the development of payloads as small as 30cm x 30cm, weighing between 1 and 1.5kg.
The Drones will be made by Dyson and its partners at SpaceX.
The company has a contract with the U.S. military to build the DPs.
The CubeSat, Dyson said, will also provide a platform for new, small satellite systems that are able to achieve orbital orbits that are similar to the size of the Earth.
Discovery is developing the first-generation of its next generation of spacecraft, Discovery CubeSat 2.
The CubeSat is a three-wheeled, lightweight spacecraft that will be launched on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
The first-stage of the Falcon Heavy is the largest rocket ever used by NASA.
Doyon, a company based in South Korea, is also developing a CubeSat.
The craft, which is expected to have a payload capacity of 10kg, is expected for a 2018 launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
The company said it is working with NASA to design a CubeSats for the first commercial CubeSat launch, to launch on an Atlas V rocket from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Diyani Technologies, based in India, said it will launch the first CubeSat on an ATK Atlas V booster, and it is also in talks with NASA about a Cube Satellite launch.
The spacecraft will use the same rocket as SpaceX’s Dragon capsule.
A spokesperson for NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, which manages the Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) contract, said the agency has been “actively engaged with the D.I.S., Dyson, Dynababy and Discovery CubeSat development teams to develop commercial launch options for commercial Crew transportation.”
The spokesperson added that the agency expects to finalize the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability (CCiCap) program in 2018, which aims to fly crewed missions on vehicles built by D.N.
S and Dynababies, with the ability to use the Crew Capability Module (CCM) and Dragon spacecraft.