About Zubax Robotics

Zubax Robotics is an award-winning research and development company founded in 2015. We research, design, and manufacture electric propulsion systems for aerospace and other applications.

Our most recent development – the Télega motor control solution – is a result of a major scientific inquiry into the theory of electric machines. The Télega technology allows electric vehicles to travel further using less energy from the battery, thus alleviating one of the most significant obstacles in the way of total electrification of all kinds of transport.

We have developed UAVCAN – an open data bus specification for aerospace applications and robots. The UAVCAN project is now an integral part of the Dronecode core infrastructure (the DroneCode project is maintained by The Linux Foundation).

Our company is a silver member of the Dronecode project. We are actively contributing to the core open source software in the field of unmanned aerial vehicles, and collaborating with researchers and developers from all over the world.

Services

Our IP portfolio includes a set of core technologies that are the basis for most of our products. We provide customization, consulting, and R&D services for our clients. If you would like to discuss your project with us, please write us.

Quality and compliance

All products manufactured by Zubax Robotics and by our licensed vendors undergo an extensive automated testing procedure. Every manufactured unit is subjected to a series of automated tests; the resulting reports are available online at device.zubax.com/device_info.

Every manufactured device is equipped with a strong digital signature that can be used to reliably determine the authenticity of the vendor, thus ruling out the risks of encountering counterfeit products.

Get in touch for additional information on traceability, quality, and standard compliance.

Locations

The map below shows the locations of our facilities and our partners . Click on the markers to get more info.

Recent blog posts

UAVCAN 2019 survey

The UAVCAN development team is conducting a survey. Companies that leverage UAVCAN or any similar technologies are invited to participate: docs.google.com UAVCAN survey 2019 UAVCAN is an open lightweight protocol designed for reliable intravehicular communication in aerospace …

UAVCAN 2019 roadmap

We published the UAVCAN roadmap outlining the current status and future goals of the project. UAVCAN Forum – 29 Oct 19 UAVCAN 2019 roadmap For UAVCAN, 2019 is marked by rapidly growing adoption and significant advancement of the technological base of the project. Besid…

New R&D facility in Moscow, Russia

We have launched a new R&D facility in Moscow, Russia, which also serves as a regional office. Our CIS-based customers will benefit from the new location as it should simplify the logistics and enable easier access to our solutions. The new location is at 2nd Brestskaya street, 9b1:…

Kucher v1.0 is released for Windows and GNU/Linux

Kucher v1.0 is finally released and available for download. Here are the direct download links: GNU/Linux: https://files.zubax.com/products/com.zubax.kucher/1.0.0/linux-x86_64/Kucher Windows: https://files.zubax.com/products/com.zubax.kucher/1.0.0/windows-10_64/Kucher.exe (designed to work with W…

Heavy-duty integrated PMSM drive for safety-critical propulsion systems of light UAV and watercraft

This is a prototype of a custom heavy-duty integrated PMSM based on Mitochondrik. The drive is optimized for propulsion systems of unmanned aircraft and watercraft. Rated speed 10500 RPM, power 350 W (peak 500 W), torque 0.32 Nm, liquid cooling, weight 480 g (incl. coolant), efficiency 91%. Dedicat…

An article about UAVCAN based on the materials presented at the PX4 Dev Summit in Zurich

Two weeks ago there was a PX4 developer’s summit held at Zurich ETH where we have presented our recent developments, future plans, and long-term vision for UAVCAN. We have published an article based on the materials presented there: UAVCAN Forum – 2 Jul 19 UAVCAN: a hig…

Sadulli integrated drive is available for early preview

Sadulli is an open hardware reference design for Mitochondrik. The hardware sources can be found on GitHub: github.com/Zubax/Sadulli. Zubax Robotics Sadulli integrated drive - open-hardware reference design for Mitochondrik Sadulli is an open hardware reference design f…

Sadulli - an open hardware reference design for Mitochondrik

Sadulli is an open hardware reference design for Mitochondrik. It is a tightly integrated unit that contains an electric motor with its control electronics (Mitochondrik-based) in a single monolithic package. Specs: 500 W continuous output power. 4S-8S supply voltage. UAVCAN interface. Solder-free …

Dronecode Probe v2.3 is now available

Today we have released an updated version of the Dronecode Probe v2.3. It is available for ordering online at the Zubax Shop. The new version supports additional targets by virtue of being compatible with the most recent releases of the Black Magic Firmware, implements more robust level shifting cir…

Babel firmware v1.2 is available

New firmware v1.2 is available for Babel. Changes: Added a new CLI command: gpio. This command allows one to control the SMD GPIO pads via USB/UART. Read the datasheet for more information. Fixed handling of zero-length USB transactions. Fixed naming of software version fields in the bootloader: f…

Get in touch

Zubax Robotics headquarters

Main office and R&D center

Zubax Robotics OÜ
Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol
Akadeemia road 21/1
Tallinn 12618
Estonia

Moscow R&D center

R&D facility and regional office

Zubax Robotics
2nd Brestskaya street, 9b1
Moscow 123056
Russia

Zubax Robotics participates in the ESA Business Incubation Centre Estonia

Core team

Pavel Kirienko

Pavel Kirienko

CEO & CTO, co-founder
pavel.kirienko@zubax.com


Anton Krol

Anton Krol

Chief Operating Officer, co-founder
anton.krol@zubax.com


Dmitry Ramensky, PhD

Dmitry Ramensky, PhD

Chief Research Officer
dmitry.ramensky@zubax.com