Cyberbotics develops custom software solutions for mobile robotics, based on its proprietary Webots technology. We have been working on several industrial, educational and research projects. Our customers include well known universities and large companies. Get in touch with us if you would like to discuss of a possible project.
European research projects
Cyberbotics is interested in participating in European research projects that need to simulate mobile robots. We already took part in two IP projects, namely ICEA and RHEA. We have a special interest in developing simulation-based robotics benchmarks. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you are looking for a robot simulation partner for your European project proposal.
|The RHEA Project is focused on the design, development, and testing of a new generation of automatic and robotic systems for effective weed management focused on agriculture and forestry. This project is devoted to change the traditional way of proceeding by putting together a fleet of small, safe, reconfigurable, heterogeneous and complementary robots. Cyberbotics contribution is to design the simulation of the ground and aerial robots and the graphical user interface for the RHEA base station.|
|The ICEA Project is a four-year project, funded by IST Cognitive Systems Unit. The aim of the project was to develop robots integrating cognition, emotions and autonomy (self-maintenance), based on the architecture and physiology of the mammalian brain. Cyberbotics developed 3D mobile robot simulations based on the Webots technology. The simulated bio-inspired robots were equipped with simulated sensors (vision, whiskers and proprioception) and simulated actuators (active whiskers, wheels, head/eyes/rearing movements and grippers).|
|The Sony Aibo Simulator is a legged robot simulator for the Sony Aibo robot. It was developed with Cyberbotics' proprietary technology for Sony Digital Creatures Lab, to design and test behaviors for Aibo. A soccer game system has been implemented, allowing the Aibo to track a colored ball with its on-board color camera. Resulting controllers could be transfered to real Aibo robots.|