France 3 TV Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes – Annecy International Cleantech fair: discovering tomorrow’s inventions
June 21st, 2019
The International Clean tech trade show is being held in Annecy, Haute-Savoie, from June 19th to 22nd to promote the development of a greener economy. There is no shortage of ideas.
TF1 8pm news broadcast – Technology to take plastic by storm
May 18th, 2019
Rebroadcast from LCI network
There is an urgent need to change our consumption and our plastic recycling system. Inventions designed for this purpose were presented at Vivatech fair in Paris.
BFMbusiness.bfmtv.com – Green Reflex: How to bring together “green” tech actors?
April 29th, 2019
Interview with Denis Horeau, General Manager of International Cleantech Week. – Green Reflex, Monday, April 29, 2019, with Erwan Morice in After Business, on BFM Business.
France Bleu Gard Lozère – The innovation at the Port Camargue fair : the Jellyfishbot
April 20th, 2019
20minutes.ch – Palexpo turns into the kingdom of inventions
april 10th, 2019
The Invention exhibition will be held during 5 days in Geneva. It is the opportunity to discover the craziness of brains.
From the handy innovation, to the brilliant idea, all were meeting at the Palexpo Hall 7 in Geneva, which hosts the 47th edition of the International Inventions Exhibition until Sunday. More than 800 exhibitors will be present.
Lemanbleu.ch – Greener and greener inventions
aPril 10th, 2019
The International Invention exhibtion opened its doors this morning at Palexpo. In the mood of time, solutions for the environment in dedicated space.
Viadeo.com – Green wave at the Paris Boating fair: innovative French talents at the service of environment
December 14th, 2018
The sea Wall-E
The Jellyfishbot is a robot/mini-boat equipped with a net that collects waste and even hydrocarbons on waterbody surface. Its creator, Nicolas Carlési, insists on its size: “We have designed it extremely small because we want the Jellyfishbot to go in hard-to-reach areas, between boats or against the docks, because that’s where the majority of waste are found, driven by the current and the wind. With its two batteries that give it 6 to 8 hours of autonomy, it is remotely controlled … for the moment! Since IADYS, the company that markets it, is preparing a fully autonomous version with an obstacle detector to be released by the end of 2019.
Actu-Environnement.com – Harbour cleaning: a robot against waste
October 10th, 2018
Bottles and cigarette butts are visible macro-waste in marinas. They must be quickly removed to prevent them from ending up at sea. Thanks to the Jellyfishbot, it has become an easy and simple task.
Azur TV – The Canto port of Cannes equipped with a cleaning robot
July 3rd, 2018
No more marine waste! The port Canto, in Cannes, is testing throughout the summer the Jellyfishbot, a cleaning robot that collects the macro-waste and filters the hydrocarbons.
France 3 – The Jellyfishbot, an electric robot cleans the port of Cannes
3rd July, 2018
The Jellyfishbot, an electric robot, has been cleaning the port Canto in Cannes for a week. It is remotely controlled, environmentally friendly and can sneak everywhere. It collects the waste that floats on the surface of the water. A robot that costs 10,000 euros, before buying it, the municipality wants to test it all summer.
CNews – A robot to clean the ports
5th June, 2018
A french entrepreneur has just launched a teleoperated robot, the Jellyfishbot. Its mission: clean the ports.
Var-Matin – This innovative robot hunts waste in ports
03rd June 2018
This innovative robot is hunting waste in ports.
Madeinmarseille – A robotic jellyfish to clean the old port
6th February, 2018
The Jellyfishbot is a small robot capable of sneaking between the boats to clean the floating waste of the ports. Designed in Aubagne, it should soon be used by the marinas of the region, including the old Port of Marseille.
Canal + – Jellyfish robots to fight pollution
19th January 2018
The robot entitled Jellyfishbot, is a floating vacuum cleaner designed to absorb rubbish. These three inventors hope to seduce the ports of the French Riviera with their project.
BFM TV – They invent a robot to clean the ports
18th January, 2018
The Medusa robot was tested this Thursday in Cassis to pick up the rubbish present in the water of the harbor. The vehicle drags behind it a net that can hold up to eighty litres of waste.