European Mars rover’s ‘eye test’ BBC

quarry in the south of England has been the site of an “eye test” for Europe’s planned rover mission ExoMars.
The quarry – chosen for its similarity to Martian terrain – saw cameras and image processing software tested on the ExoMars prototype rover Bridget.
The rover will be equipped with a raft of cameras and the aim is to integrate them and the data they will send back.
The technology developed for the mission has applications not only in space science but also here on Earth.