Ebotlution Systems was created as an initiative of three engineers with a long and solid experience in information technologies. Some of their specialties are the development and integration of information systems and knowledge management and automation and control in critical sectors such as industry, energy, education and defense.
Ebotlution Systems offers its capabilities to develop solutions to all types of third parties that require data acquisition systems (sensors and knowledge bases), control systems (operational strategies, location and movement) and / or communication systems.
Consistent with the life-motive of the group, in 2007 it was decided to design a solution based on AI and robotics to solve the problem of humanitarian demining. The project EMPERoC (Robotic Explorative Multi-Purpose Community) serve as the basis for the development of future systems.
Device/Component ManufacturerData acquisition systems, control systems
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