Discover our network of partners to help you make your robotic project a reality
Visionic has 25 years experience in the Machine Vision field. Their team of experts are skilled in optics, IT, robotics, and in mechanical and electronic engineering. They can handle your project end-to-end from initial audit to manufacturing process upgrade the introduction of final product controls. Among their services are consultancy, engineering, feasibility and dimensional studies, design, solution modeling, prototyping, demonstrators, performance-based contracts, diagnostics, integration, deployment, end-user interface upgrades, machine code development, device installation, parameter setting, maintenance, assistance and training.
Experts in residual stresses and laser technologies, Meliad’s engineers and technicians, associated with their partners Stresstech and Clean-Laser Systems offer you complete product and service solutions in the field of residual stress measurement, non-destructive testing (Barkhausen noise) and laser surface preparation. Meliad offers studies, services, training, sale, rental and integration of our technologies (Laser and stress measurement). They support you from design to production.
Automation without limits. ctrlX AUTOMATION surmounts the classic boundaries between machine controls, the IT world and the Internet of Things. With a Linux real-time operating system, consistently open standards, app programming technology, web-based engineering and a comprehensive IoT connection, ctrlX AUTOMATION reduces components and engineering costs by 30 to 50%.
Soon, Fuzzy RTOS will be available on the Bosch Rexroth platform
Clusters & Groups
The Aquitaine Robotics cluster, created in July 2013, currently has more than one hundred members, mainly companies, research and training organizations, and users. It brings together players in manufacturing and logistics, service and open environment robotics in New Aquitaine. The objectives of the Cluster are simple: structuring the regional robotics sector, support collaborative R&D projects, develop skills in scientific research and training. Aquitaine Robotics is supported in its operation by the Agence de Développement et d’Innovation Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Bordeaux INP (Institut National Polytechnique), co-founders of the cluster. The Nouvelle-Aquitaine Regional Council, also a founding member, participates in its financing.