Awards and Accolades
90-day Phase III Lunar Mars Life Support Test Project
For long-duration, manned exploration to be cost-effective, it is necessary to automate routine manual operations. Activity plans must coordinate crew with other “agents” including robots, life support systems, & vehicle systems.
Over the last 20 years TRACLabs Inc. and our scientists have won numerous achievement awards for our contributions to the field of robotics and automation.
We’ve been honored by NASA multiple times including the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center Group Achievement Award (in recognition of outstanding accomplishments in the conduct of the 90-day Phase III Lunar Mars Life Support Test Project) and the NASA Space Act Award for technology developed under its small business grants.
We were also awarded the 2000 National Tibbets Award for outstanding contributions to the SBIR program.