Driven by winds that can reach more than 300 km/h, the Tumbleweed rovers can cover more than 50% of the Martian north pole in less than three weeks.
Using off-the-shelf components and mass-producible technologies, we can greatly reduce costs compared to traditional Mars rovers.
Through implementing the CubeSat method, any company or research institution can adapt their sensors to the standards required for our payloads.
By releasing more than 100 robust Tumbleweed rovers over the Martian north pole, the risk of complete mission failure on impact is reduced drastically.
Read about Mr. Hajos’ stories from years of working on various projects including at NASA
We are currently looking for new members from the TU Delft
The AE Vienna team tested the V3 prototype in the RTA Climatic Wind Tunnel.
Preparing for the mission in Israel
Completion of the prototype by the AE Vienna team
Presenting at a career event in Amsterdam
NVIDIA gifts Team Tumbleweed a Jetson Nano sample unit
Cooperating with the Vienna University of Economics and Business
The Tumbleweed is unlike any other Mars rover
An international team of motivated young people paving our Road to Mars.
Our team is dedicated to creating a new approach to Mars exploration, constantly expanding, growing, and learning along the way.