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The cleaning and the depollution of the water surfaces have never been easier

Jellyfishbot robot
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Autonomous and handy, the Jellyfishbot is a multi-purpose solution for the collection of waste and hydrocarbons on the surface of water bodies

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Genuine “Swiss Army Knife”,
the Jellyfishbot is designed for all

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Compact and easy to set-up, the Jellyfishbot collects the floating waste located between the boats, under the pontoons and the dangles. It allows the users to clean the hard-to-reach areas, in total safety, autonomously or remotely. When it’s equipped with a sonar, it can perform bathymetry surveys, up to 10 m in depth.

Port et marina

Robust, the Jellyfisbot is perfect for collecting oils, viscous and lights hydrocarbon sheens. The robot pulls a net filled with hydrocarbon absorbent materials that capture slicks, oils and the greasy residues, once in the water. It can also be matched with a skirted sorbent boom to contain and absorb the spill. The Jellyfishbot can operate autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the user. Jellyfishbot sur les chantiers

The Jellyfishbot fits with floating industrial waste, accidental spills of hydraulic fluids, fuels and paints. The Jellyfishbot’s micro-waste nets are especially suitable for collecting paint particles. The robot can work autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the user.

Easy to carry on and to set-up, the Jellyfishbot allows to collect floating waste, invasive organisms such as duckweeds, to pick up golf balls, fireworks residues and to collect hydrocarbons. It can be equipped with various probes and can also measure the quality of the water (salinity, temperature, turbidity, cyanobacteria and phytoplankton concentration levels, etc.) and can perform bathymetry surveys, up to 10 m in depth. It makes the job of maintenance and watch of the water bodies easier for the operators. The Jellyfishbot can operate autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the operator.

Jellyfishbot filtre l'eau en face d'un hôtel

Easy to carry on and to set-up, the Jellyfishbot allows to collect floating waste, invasive organisms such as duckweeds, to pick up golf balls, fireworks residues and to collect hydrocarbons. It can be equipped with various probes and can also measure the quality of the water (salinity, temperature, turbidity, cyanobacteria and phytoplankton concentration levels, etc.) and can perform bathymetry surveys, up to 10 m in depth. It makes the job of maintenance and watch of the water bodies easier for the operators. The Jellyfishbot can operate autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the operator.

Jellyfishbot

Equipped with specific nets (from 150 µm) and probes, the Jellyfishbot can be used for sampling, water analysis, collection and characterisations of microplastics and micro-organisms. Light and easy to set-up, the Jellyfishbot can operate autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the operator.

  • Ports & Marinas
  • Industrial & work sites
  • Shipyards & dockyards
  • Hoteliers & campings
  • Leisure and Sports
  • Research Institutes

Compact and easy to set-up, the Jellyfishbot collects the floating waste located between the boats, under the pontoons and the dangles. It allows the users to clean the hard-to-reach areas, in total safety, autonomously or remotely. When it’s equipped with a sonar, it can perform bathymetry surveys, up to 10 m in depth. 

Robust, the Jellyfisbot is perfect for collecting oils, viscous and lights hydrocarbon sheens. The robot pulls a net filled with hydrocarbon absorbent materials that capture slicks, oils and the greasy residues, once in the water. It can also be matched with a skirted sorbent boom to contain and absorb the spill. The Jellyfishbot can operate autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the user.

The Jellyfishbot fits with floating industrial waste, accidental spills of hydraulic fluids, fuels and paints. The Jellyfishbot’s micro-waste nets are especially suitable for collecting paint particles. The robot can work autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the user.

Easy to carry on and to set-up, the Jellyfishbot allows to collect floating waste, invasive organisms such as duckweeds, to pick up golf balls, fireworks residues and to collect hydrocarbons. It can be equipped with various probes and can also measure the quality of the water (salinity, temperature, turbidity, cyanobacteria and phytoplankton concentration levels, etc.) and can perform bathymetry surveys, up to 10 m in depth. It makes the maintenance and watch of the water bodies, easier for the operators. The Jellyfishbot can operate autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the operator.

Hôteliers & campings

Easy to carry on and to set-up, the Jellyfishbot allows to collect floating waste, invasive organisms such as duckweeds, to pick up golf balls, fireworks residues and to collect hydrocarbons. It can be equipped with various probes and can also measure the quality of the water (salinity, temperature, turbidity, cyanobacteria and phytoplankton concentration levels, etc.) and can perform bathymetry surveys, up to 10m in depth. It makes the maintenance and watch of the water bodies, easier for the operators. The Jellyfishbot can operate autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the operator.

Equipped with specific nets (from 150 µm) and probes, the Jellyfishbot can be used for sampling, water analysis, collection and characterisations of microplastics and micro-organisms. Light and easy to set-up, the Jellyfishbot can operate autonomously or remotely, while guaranteeing the safety of the operator.

By diving in the Mediterranean sea, I realised that I had no choice but to wake up to the urgency of the situation.
I decided to initiate a project that puts my robotics skills at the service of the marine environment.

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Portrait du fondateur Nicolas Carlési

Nicolas Carlési,

Jellyfishbot’s creator and CEO of IADYS.

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The Jellyfishbot is flexible

STARTER PACK
Remotely controlled version of the Jellyfishbot

When the Jellyfishbot is remotely controlled it collects floating waste and oils. Its compact size facilitates the collection of the waste in confined areas of all types of still water bodies.

Can be upgraded to a superior pack.
OPEN PACK
Autonomous version in open fields

Equipped with an on-board camera, a global navigation system and a 4G connection, the Jellyfishbot can be remotely controlled or can operate autonomously in a defined area (min 10 m of any obstacle). The remote control, with its integrated screen, allows the operator to visualize the robot’s on-board camera’s range and to teleoperate it out of sight, in complete safety. It allows as well to visualize the position of the Jellyfishbot and to plan and supervise its autonomous missions.

Can be upgraded to a superior pack.
SMART PACK
Autonomous version with fixed obstacles avoidance

With the same functions as the OPEN PACK (on-board camera, GPS, 4G), the Jellyfishbot can now work in autonomy in an environment with fixed obstacles such as the docks, buoys or pontoons. The robot cleans autonomously an area directly determined by the user on the remote control’s screen, and can be remotely controlled at any time.

Can be upgraded to a superior pack.
ADVANCED PACK
Autonomous version with movable obstacles avoidance

With the same functions as the OPEN PACK (on-board camera, GPS, 4G), the robot cleans an area determined by the user, in complete autonomy, with movable obstacles on the intervention area. This version is particularly suitable for marinas, with boat traffic, with the possibility of detecting moving obstacles around the robot.

Available 2022.
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The Jellyfishbot’s impact

Reduction of floating waste and hydrocarbons ​before dispersal of the waste in open sea

Helping to improve water quality

Protection of aquatic biodiversity​

No polluting emission in the air,
thanks to its electric batteries

Awareness-raising among the population regarding environmental protection​

Improvement of the staff and user’s working conditions​

Focus on the Jellyfishbot’s features 

Obstacles avoidance: the robot is autonomous and can detect the obstacles using a LiDar.

Electric: thanks to its rechargeable batteries in only 2hrs, the Jellyfishbot can operate for 6 to 8hrs.

Waste collection: several nets of 80L allow the collection of waste from 150µm to 30cm.

Hydrocarbons collection: the nets, filled of absorbent materials, can contain 30L of hydrocarbons.

Propellers : allow it to spot turn and to move sideways for maximum mobility.

Weight: light, it’s only 20kg and can easily be transported by just one person.

Size: compact, it measures 70 x 70 x 50cm and weaves in and out in the hard-to-reach areas.