Zubax Robotics creates advanced components for the aerospace, robotics, and defense industries, combining innovative hardware and software.

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Our products are ideally suited for aerospace applications, offering high efficiency and dependability.

They are extensively utilized in various aerial vehicles, such as UAVs and electric planes.


We participate in the electrification of land-based transportation from electric cars to bikes to scooters.

Our expertise is also well-suited to developing new and innovative solutions for ground-based robotics such as UGVs.


Our products have contributed to the advancement and innovation of nautical drones, which are revolutionizing maritime exploration and operations.

Zubax Robotics is an award-winning research and development company founded in 2017. We conduct R&D in the field of manned and unmanned aerospace systems, chiefly involving energy-efficient electric propulsion and real-time intravehicular data distribution.

The Télega motor control solution is a result of a major inquiry into the theory of electric machines. The Télega technology offers increased energy efficiency and robustness compared to prior art.

The FluxGrip family of electropermanent magnets is one of the most advanced payload attachment technologies available today — FluxGrip magnetic actuators are capable of holding over x350 times their own weight with zero steady-state power consumption and no moving parts inside.

We founded the OpenCyphal project to address the challenge of on-board deterministic computing and data distribution in next-generation intelligent vehicles. This standard is now used by numerous vendors and companies all over the world in various domains, including manned and unmanned aircraft, spacecraft, micromobility, and even racing cars. Cyphal (and its earlier incarnation known as UAVCAN) is now an integral part of the Dronecode core infrastructure (the DroneCode project is maintained by The Linux Foundation). DroneCAN — a fork of an earlier version of OpenCyphal — is now by far the most popular CAN communication protocol for small drones.

We actively contribute to the core open-source software in our field and collaborate with researchers and developers from all over the world.