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Jessiko Lab

A platform for scientific research

Robotswim offers to research teams in robotics and biology an advanced and original platform with cutting-edge technology. In addition to the uniqueness of a small underwater robot, the localization and communication features between the robots will represent a powerful tool adaptable to all your needs.

A hardware and software resource for many fields:
  • Three-dimensional submarine navigation
  • Biology and biomimicry studies on a school of fish
  • Small-scale simulation of collaborative projects with more conventional AUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles)
  • Perfecting algorithms for flying drones
  • Test new types of sensors in real conditions
  • Any other project you may imagine...

Schéma Jessiko Lab

According to your needs we can provide:
  • Robot fishes modified in compliance with your specifications (hard/soft)
  • A fully operational localization system (beacons, concentrator, cables...)"
  • An induction charging base for robots
  • Jessikommand software to familiarize yourself with the programmed or random control of the robots, as well as display in real-time of the status of each element (robots, beacons...).
  • Communication libraries to develop your own application (PC compatible: Windows and Linux)
  • Applicative interface in C, C++, Java.
  • Applications samples in C and Java (NetBeans Platform)
  • Documentation and diagnostic tools
Contact-us:

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