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An electric robot that collects floating waste and oil on the surface of waterbodies, in total safety for the user.

November 2020
December 2023


IADYS designs, develops and delivers the Jellyfishbot: a small robot that collects waste and oil on the surface of water bodies. Autonomous, robust and easy to use, the Jellyfishbot is a versatile solution for all types of profiles: industrial and petrochemical sites, anti-pollution, ports, waterways, marinas, yachting, shipyards & commercial, river ports, canals, lakes, leisure and sports structures, hotels, campgrounds, golf courses, universities, scientists ... Genuine “Swiss Army Knife” it allows the users to clean the hard-to-reach areas, in total safety, autonomously or remotely operated. Its 80 L capacity nets collect both floating macro-waste and microplastics and can also be filled with absorbents to collect oil. Equipped with sensors, it can measure water quality (temperature, salinity, turbidity, cyanobacteria and phytoplankton concentrations) and perform bathymetric surveys up to 20m deep.

Label Date December 22, 2023
From France
Maturity stage Medium and large scale commercialization
Looking For Network, New clients, Visibility, Funding, Partners, Credibility

The environmental benefits

  • The nets can collect 80L of waste and 30L of oil
  • The robot can cover a 1 000m² surface at a 1 knot speed
  • It weighs 20kg with the batteries (14 without)
  • The use of the Jellyfishbot is emitting 0 CO2
  • The Jellyfishbot comes with a 100% upcycled net
  • Each year, a harbour can collect at least 3 tonnes of waste with only one Jellyfishbot used twice a week

The Financial benefits

  • On a 4 months period: 28% of time and 6 143€ are saved with one Jellyfishbot
  • In less than 2 years of use, the client save the equivalent of a new Jellyfishbot Infinite (package at 25 k€)

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Company Profile


IADYS develops innovative technologies in robotics and AI, dedicated to marine environment protection.

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Headquarters 13830 Roquefort-la-Bédoule, France
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