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OffWorld Europe makes its debut in Luxembourg developing space mining robots
The company's new line of autonomous robot species is built for surveying environments, performing precision excavation, and collecting, hauling, and processing material. Swarm robotic mining improves productivity and cost efficiency for all customers.
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OffWorld Europe makes its debut in Luxembourg developing space mining robots
by Staff Writers
Pasadena CA (SPX) Feb 27, 2023

OffWorld, a pioneer in AI-powered industrial Swarm Robotic Mining systems on Earth, has expanded to take on space with the establishment of OffWorld Europe. Kyle Acierno, former CEO of ispace U.S. and an international expert in commercial space and lunar exploration, will manage the new division.

OffWorld Europe will focus on developing and deploying modules for the extraction and storage of oxygen and hydrogen from volatiles and water deposits at the lunar surface, including mating modules to OffWorld's robotic technologies for cohesive lunar deployment. The initial lunar focus will be on meeting projected near-term market needs of liquid propellants, water, and oxygen.

Jim Keravala, OffWorld Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, expressed his excitement, stating, "I'm proud to welcome Kyle as the Managing Director at our newly established OffWorld Europe division to lead and build an incredible team of experts."

Kyle Acierno, OffWorld Europe Managing Director, said, "Our focus on the extraction and processing of lunar volatiles combined with our cutting-edge autonomous robotic technologies will pave the way for a sustainable future for humanity beyond Earth."

The company's new line of autonomous robot species is built for surveying environments, performing precision excavation, and collecting, hauling, and processing material. Swarm robotic mining improves productivity and cost efficiency for all customers.

OffWorld Europe is now hiring and is looking to onboard talent from all experience levels. For those interested in joining the team, visit the OffWorld website.

Editor's note: This report was written with AI assistance using the prompt "RULE Shakespeare" developed inhouse at SpaceDaily.com.

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