CLAWS (Collaborative Lab for Advancing Work in Space) is a multi-disciplinary group at the University of Michigan that designs and develops innovative applications for human space exploration. The team consists of undergraduate and graduate students from CoE, LSA, and SI, and is guided by faculty advisors.

Past projects have included an augmented reality (AR) system to assist astronauts on the ISS, an AR toolkit for surface exploration, and a voice assistant to make information more easily accessible. CLAWS is focused on creating human-centered, software-driven applications to advance humanity's presence in space.


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