The Astrium hosted PRoVisG Field Trials tested 
state-of-the-art planetary imaging technology over a period of 11 days on the beautiful island of Tenerife.

The Bridget Rover has now been returned to the UK and the PRoVisG team continue their work in processing the image data gathered during the trials.  They will post more cool videos to this site as they become available.  In the meantime, We begin with the Telegraph report about the trials - click to watch it.  And feel free to browse the site and see the action and fun we've had over the last few days.

The Telegraph (UK) :
To see the best pictures of the Field Trials go to the following PicasaWeb Link.

Bridget working near the limit of her locomotion capabilities

The research leading to the results of the PRoVisG Project has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 218814 "PRoVisG".”