The SPARUS II AUV AFANC starts its journey

Last November we successfully delivered the SPARUS II AUV of the Intelligent Robotics Group at Aberystwyth University, one of the largest and best-known robotics research groups in the UK. Within Aberystwyth Computer Science they have a portfolio of autonomous vehicles, both land- and sea- based. These range from autonomous truck-like vehicles, through amphibious vehicles to […]

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Back on track!

We’re pleased to announce that our workshop team has been able to restart the activity in normality, for sure, our employees follow all the safety regulations that this pandemic has imposed but it is still nice to say that WE ARE BACK! =) It has been almost 2 months with the offices completely closed, an […]

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1 mission = 11 dives, GEOMAR’s GIRONA500 AUVs explore Southern Italy volcanoes

One of the current users of our vehicles is GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, a world-wide leading institute of marine research based in Kiel (Germany). GEOMAR incorporated two Girona 500 vehicles to its high-performance infrastructure in underwater robotics, to be used in different research fields related to marine sciences.  Recently, the team did […]

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COVID 19 communicate

Considering the exceptionalism of the situation lived in our country due to COVID 19 proliferation, IQUA robotics decided to close its offices from last Friday the 13th of March 2020 until new orders. The team is currently working safely from home so, please feel free to contact any of our staff members by email. Let […]

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oceans 2019

A spring of events in Provence: EMRA workshop in Toulon and IEEE Oceans in Marseille

Since its foundation in 2016, IQUA robotics has been a very active company in International initiatives taking place regularly in underwater robotics research world. This spring, the place to be was Provence, in Southern France, two very interesting meeting points of research in underwater robotics community occurred in just 1 month: European Marine Robotics and […]

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First scientific results of KAIST team with its SPARUS II AUV

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), based in Daejeon (Korea), has chosen SPARUS II AUV to be its research platform.    The Intelligent Robotic Autonomy and Perception (IRAP) Lab at KAIST, leaded by Dr. Ayoung Kim, focuses on robotics problems in civil and environmental engineering applications.  Their main research interest and topics include perception-based environment […]

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