Meet us and see our robots in action at the following events:
Happily presenting our newest diving robot: Proteus. Named after a greek sea god.
Proteus is a totally redesigned underwater drone and allows us to reach new depths, see the underwater world in great detail even if it is dark and turbid. It is developed to easily mount sensor suites, transmit data at high speeds, and a lot more.
Last weekend, our newest robot Proteus from Tethys Robotics was allowed to dive into the Lake of Zurich for the very first time and obviously felt the freedom.
It is a big step for us! Because this robot is the first completely self-developed robotics system of Tethys Robotics and everything works perfectly. We are very proud.
You want to learn more? Please follow this link: https://tethys-robotics.ch/index.php/robots/proteus/
We are proud to support the Swiss EOD dive team in their challenging work, by developing unmanned underwater vehicles that will help in making their job safer. Read more about the exciting collaboration between armasuisse, EOD Kamir and Tethys Robotics on this link:
Last Sunday, we had the opportunity to show again our ROV SUBO 2.0 at the event of Science City in the main building of the ETH Zurich. The theme of the event was „The Ocean“. It was a very interesting day and we could inspire young and old.
SCUBO 2.0 has been looking forward to this weekend for a long time. Swimming in the nearby Lake Zurich in bright sunshine and late summer temperatures. Also the divers were enthusiastic to accompany a diving robot underwater and were amazed how much power the robot had. Click on the picture and enjoy the video.
We are very happy to announce, that Tethys Robotics has reached 9th place at the 2019 MATE international ROV championship. After months of hard work and ups and downs we were able to reach the top ten in a field of 60 international teams! We would like to especially thank our supporters, partners and fans for the ongoing support and trust. Without you, none of this would have been possible.
Today we had our two pool runs. After some troubles with the first run in the morning, we got everything dialed in and had a very successful pool run in the afternoon. SCUBO performed great and the omidirectional steering once more turned out to be extremely helpful for all different tasks and an eye catcher for the spectators.
Today we were able to test SUBO 2.0 the first time after the transport. After some tuning, SCUBO mastered it’s first dive in american waters perfectly. Now we are all very exited for the first day of competition tomorrow.
After a long journey the entire team and SCUBO 2.0 have safely arrived in Kingsport Tennessee for the 2019 MATE international ROV championship. After the check-in at the competition center we have already passed our safety inspection with flying coulours. The professionals scrutinizing our ROV were very impressed with SCUBO 2.0 and it’s special design.
This Week we were visited by the media department of ETH Zürich. They made a great video about our project! Click on the picture to have a look.
Every Thursday we had the chance to test our ROV during the night. Please click on the left on the picture to watch the video.
Have a look at how the development of SCUBO 2.0 is progressing.
This Week our Team had the opportunity to visit Hydroexploitation SA in Martigny. During our visit we took a look at on of the few commercially operating ROVs in Switzerland. The Team that takes care of the sytem also shared a lot of their experience with us and allowed us an insight into the subsea industry in Switzerland.
This week the team met for the first time to get the Project Tethys Robotics started. Our plan is to develop and build a ROV for the 2019 MATE international ROV competition. This is a championship where universities and colleges from all over the world build ROVs that can solve a series of given tasks as fast and efficient as possible.