LeDauphine.com Haute Savoie – Two start-ups of the International Clean Tech Week awarded
April 16th, 2019
Two exhibitors supported by the International Clean Tech Week, which will be held in Annecy in June, received a prize at the Geneva Invention Exhibition.
LeDauphine.com Haute Savoie – Geneva Invention Exhibition: People’s Choice Award for the Jellyfishbot
april 15th, 2019
LeDauphine.com Haute Savoie – 800 inventors will be at the Invention Exhibition until Sunday April, 14th
aPril 11th, 2019
« The probem with floating waste is that it is always found in narrow areas», notes Nicolas Carlési. To fight against that, the French start-up IADYS created the Jellyfishbot, a remote controlled electric robot which collects floating waste, including hydrocarbons. Sold at 12000€, this French invention has already attracted several harbours such as Monaco, Marseilles or Singapore… Photo credit Le DL/Greg YETCHMENIZA
Groupama.com – National Professional Trophy 1st edition – Groupama awards local professionals for their sustainable initiatives
Mars 13th, 2019
For the fisrt time, Groupama organizes the National Professional Trophy, during which they reward small companies whose sustainable initiatives contribute to the local vitality.
LaProvence.com – Jellyfishbot, the robot that cleans marinas
March 1st, 2019
IADYS company, based in Roquefort-la-Bédoule, created a mrine surface robot that can collect up to 80 litre of waste
IADYS is a small company that created the Jellyfishbot, an 18 kg robot that can work in hard-to-reach areas in marinas thanks to his compact size. Cassis and Mayotte have already adopted it.
Go-Met.com – Plastic waste: challenges and innovative solutions against pollution in the Mediterranean Sea
December 7th, 2018
A conference was held on Monday December, 3rd at the Industrial Development House to establish an inventory of pollution in the Mediterranean Sea, especially that related to plactics. This Marseille-Provence Chamber of Commerce initiative, launched in partnership with the Aix-Marseille region called “Innovation and Industry eRendez-vous”, is taking place as different professional meetings between companies and specific sector industry players.
Éco Marseille Provence Métropole – Jellyfishbot, the smart marine robot
This new robot designed by IADYS company, located in a business incubator in Aubagne, collects floating waste and hydrocarbons in harbours. An innovation made in France, thought and developped by Nicolas Carlési. The founder of this start-up is about to conquer the world.
Trade Only Today – IBEX 2018: French firm introduces marina-cleaning robot to U.S. market
October 5th, 2018
French robotics manufacturer IADYS introduced a surface-running robot for cleaning up marinas this week at the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference.
The Jellyfishbot is a yellow robot that floats on the surface, guided by propellers and thrusters and with a remote control that works to about 450 yards.
Metstrade.com – A robot that cleans marinas…why not?
JULY 19th, 2018
Walk around any marina or enclosed harbour area these days, and it’s very likely that you’ll see a lot of floating debris which has blown in, or drifted in on tides from the sea or adjacent rivers. Nobody likes to see that, and for marina / harbour management it’s something that is bad for business, and for their credibility as an environmentally responsible organisation. Manually clearing up the mess is possible with drag nets, but its a labour intensive and soul-destroying task, a bit like picking up sweet wrappers in a windy street… never ending, laborious and frustrating!
France Bleu – Cannes acquires a robot to clean the port
June 4th, 2018
It is a unique experiment on the French Riviera. The Canto port of Cannes is the first one to equip itself with a robot to clean the water surface. As of Monday, the “JellyFishBot” will sail between the boats and the docks to pick up the floating waste. Cigarette butts, bottles, plastic bags, straws and even hydrocarbons.
La Tribune – How IADYS imagines the development strategy of its waste-collecting robot
May 30th, 2018
Developed, tested and approved, the small robot designed by the young engineers installed in Aubagne to collect the marine waste now starts to conquer ports and marinas, both nationally and internationally. By mixing business models to better cover the needs.
Var matin – This little robot fights waste in harbours
May 29th, 2018
Developed by the french start-up Iadys, the Jellyfishbot hopes to conquer the French Riviera, starting with Cannes this summer. We tried it in the port of Cassis…
Nice-Matin – A small robot to clean the Port of Canto
May 28th, 2018
Sometimes it takes little to catch the curiosity of tourists. But that morning, in the port of Cassis, walkers seem particularly intrigued by an unidentified floating object.
Alliancy.fr – Two small, and clean French robots
March 20th, 2018
One is for cleaning galss fronts of large buildings, and the other for cleaning water bodies… These two start-ups companies based in the South of France, respectively Erylon Robotics’ “Clean-Kong” and IADYS’ “Jellyfishbot”, have invented small robots, which are both highly anticipated in their respective markets.
20 minutes – Cassis: A jellyfish robot to clean the ports
February 7th, 2018
What is yellow, goes in the water and eats the rubbish? This is not a riddle, but the description of a very particular type of jellyfish.The difference between this animal that all bathers fear and our jellyfish is that this latter does not bite because…it is a robot! Named Jellyfishbot, this unidentified floating object is a kind of vacuum cleaner that sails on the water to pick up the waste that floats in the ports.
l’industrie nouvelle – Jellyfishbot, this robot that cleans the seas
January 26th, 2018
In the port of La Ciotat, on Monday January 22nd, you could see a small marine vacuum cleaner, named Jellyfishbot. Bright yellow and dragging a small net behind it, the robot’s mission is to clean the ports. It is the product of the French company called Interactive Autonomous Dynamic Systems (IADYS), which focuses on marine pollution.
Sciences et avenir – Jellyfishbot: the robotic net
January 22nd, 2018
A marine robot, the Jellyfishbot, collects the floating waste in the port of Cassis on January 18, 2018. Remotely controlled, the prototype “Jellyfishbot” will soon be equipped with a laser to detect “obstacles and collect waste autonomously” according to Nicolas Carlesi, one of the creators and holder of a PhD in robotics and artificial intelligence.
Le télégram – The Medusa robot, floating waste vacuum cleaner
January 19th, 2018
The “Jellyfishbot” (Jellyfish robot) was operating yesterday in the port of Cassis (Bouches-du-Rhône). It measures 70 cm, weighs 16 kilograms and drags a simple net behind it to collect papers, leaves or even cans as it comes and goes between the hulls of the boats.
Capital – The Medusa Robot, a floating waste vacuum cleaner
January 18th, 2018
A vacuum cleaner that sails on the water surface to pick up the rubbish that floats in the ports: thanks to the robot Medusa, in operation on Thursday in the Port of Cassis (Bouches-du-Rhône), its three inventors hope to conquer the French Riviera.
Geo – The “Medusa Robot”, a floating vacuum cleaner to collect garbage
January 18th, 2018
A vacuum cleaner that sails on the water to pick up the rubbish that floats in the ports: thanks to the “Jellyfishbot” (robot Medusa), in operation Thursday in the port of Cassis (Bouches-du-Rhône), its three inventors hope to conquer the French Riviera. Continue the article in French
Le Point – The “Medusa Robot”, a floating vacuum cleaner to collect garbage
January 18th, 2018
A vacuum cleaner that sails on the water to pick up the rubbish that floats in the ports: thanks to the “Jellyfishbot” (robot Medusa), in operation Thursday in the port of Cassis (Bouches-du-Rhône), its three inventors hope to conquer the French Riviera.
La Provence – Jellyfishbot, the robot that cleans the port
November 26th, 2011
Do you know the smart vacuum cleaners, that walk independently in the house, avoiding furniture and cleaning secretly? It may be that ports will soon have the same kind of device. Doctor in Robotics and lover of the sea, Nicolas Carlési, 31 years old, has been working for a few months to develop a robot designed to collect macro-waste and hydrocarbons on the marine surfaces. Named “Jellyfishbot” (contraction of “jellyfish”, and ”robot”), the first prototype of this ingenious machine was put into service a few days before the competition of Sardine Trophy, of which it was one of the finalists.