Research Center of Advanced Robotics and Environmental Science
CYBRES GmbH is German private high-tech research and innovation company (SME, VAT DE284655504), original (in 2012) spin-off from the University of Stuttgart, recognized as Research SME by European Commission (PIC 953824475), specialising in the area of advanced sensors, cognitive robotics, intelligent mechatronics, environmental monitoring and bio-technological systems. The company targets a close-loop development and design cycle, where all necessary scientific knowledge as well as mechanical, electronic and embedded programming skills and equipment are concentrated in one area and closely integrated with each other. This allows a rapid prototyping of complex electronic, micro-mechanical, mechatronic and bio-hybrid systems. Researchers of CYBRES GmbH developed ground and underwater autonomous robot systems, provided a critical infrastructure for cooperative applications, manufactured small-series solutions for power management, sensors and communication, functional materials, microprocessor systems.
Company performs research and technological development towards own solutions related to remote sensing and environmental monitoring in agricultural and livestock areas. Examples of successful company’s products on the international global market are the CYBRES MU differential EIS spectrometer, the stencil printer SP2421, EHM-C control modules are other products. Other important field of activities is carried out within research projects and is focused on advanced sensors, unconventional high-precision measurements, robotics (self-developmental, reconfigurable, swarm and networked systems), functional materials, electronic and integration tasks, as well as on self-organised approaches for cooperation.
Researchers from CYBRES GmbH have a large record of European research activities, in such projects as I-Swarm, GOLEM, EvoBody, ANGELS, CoCoRo, SYMBRION, REPLICATOR, cooperated with CA PERADA, AWARE, FOCAS and COBRA. Company is currently a partner of the ASISSI|bf (FP7 project), Flora Robotica, and subCULTron projects (H2020 projects).
Company was a finalist of the ICT innovation radar initiative 2016. Recently the launchpad proposal E-SPECTR on a new type of spectroscopy was selected for further funding within the innovation initiative of European Commission. Proposed scientific and technological solutions, presented in thematic conferences were awarded as best papers.
Melunerstr. 40, 70569, Stuttgart, Germany
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101017899