About Zubax Robotics

Zubax Robotics is an Estonian 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 power 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 product development services for our clients. If you would like to discuss your project with us, please write us.

Quality

All products manufactured by Zubax Robotics and by our licensed vendors undergo a rigorous testing procedure. Every manufactured unit is subjected to a series of automated tests; the resulting test 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.

Locations

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

Recent blog posts

We have launched our brand new web store

Today we launched our web store, check it out: shop.zubax.com. It is now possible to purchase Myxa and some other stuff directly from the store – no need to email anybody. Orders placed through the web store are shipped directly from our lab in Tallinn, Estonia, which happens to be in the EU. 713px…

Quick start guide for Myxa v0.1

This post is a tentative quick start guide for Myxa motor controllers. It assumes that the user has a GNU/Linux enabled PC; support for Windows is going to be added pretty soon as well. If you have any questions or concerns, please send us an email to info@zubax.com, or post right here in the commen…

Zubax Myxa - robust operation at extremely low speed

Support for robust, extremely low-speed operation makes Myxa an ideal choice for lighter-than-air aircraft and similar applications, where thrusters are required to operate at very low speed settings. In this video, Myxa is running a standard BLDC motor Tarot MT4008 with a 15-inch propeller at 80 R…

Zubax Myxa vs ESC32v3 with Tarot MT4008 motor

We performed new tests of Myxa with Tarot 4008 MT 330kv Brushless Multicopter Motor. Our testbench consists of an RC Benchmark stand, the motor, and a 6S battery. For comparison, we spin the motor by Myxa and by Autoquad ESC32v3. Here are power consumption and overall propulsion system efficiency d…

New housing for Myxa

ousing.jpg2240x2068 678 KB We recently finally received our new housing for myxa. It is red, its aluminium and looks awesome. It acts as a heatsink and should improve Myxa’s efficiency even more. Last time we run thermal tests we found that Myxa can provide up to 600W of power without a heatsink…

Zubax Myxa video

We have published a brief video that provides a neat overview of the features of Myxa and shows a side-by-side efficiency comparison against a third-party BLDC controller. Check it out here: Visit our website to get more information about the Zubax Myxa PMSM controller and its underlying technology…

Zubax Myxa vs ESC32v3 with Tarot MT4006 motor

We performed some tests of Myxa with Tarot 4006 MT 320kv Brushless Multicopter Motor. Our testbench consists of an RC Benchmark stand, the motor and a 4S battery. For comparison, we spin the motor by Myxa and by Autoquad ESC32v3. IMG_20180202_195741.jpg1651x2941 1.46 MB Thank @Sany_V for the Mot…

Myxa vs Orel20 efficiency tests

Zubax Orel 20 is an advanced controller of sensorless BLDC motors designed for use in cost-sensitive applications. Zubax Orel 20 runs Sapog - an open source multiplatform BLDC controller firmware. Sapog has many special features to make the BLDC motor control more reliable and effective. But it is…

Geenius.ee published an interview about the future of electric propulsion and our role in it

Warning: Estonian language ahead. Geenius Zubax Robotics pani kavala algoritmi abil mootorid efektiivsemalt tööle -... Zubax Robotics on iduettevõte, mis arendab välja tehnoloogiat, mis paneb elektrimootorid tööle väiksema energiakulu, aga sama efektiivsusega. Geenius…

Myxa motor controllers are shipping

Today we shipped two very first orders of Myxa. Although the product has not yet been fully released, we’re rapidly getting Myxa to the status of a market-ready product. Few things remain to be completed: A comprehensible GUI configuration tool. We’re actually going to open source it later so that …

Get in touch

Zubax Robotics headquarters

Main office and R&D center

Zubax Robotics OÜ
Akadeemia tee 21/1
Tallinn 12618
Estonia

Investors

Concerning the prospects of investment, please reach investment@zubax.com.

Executive team

Pavel Kirienko

Pavel Kirienko

CEO & CTO
pavel.kirienko@zubax.com


Anton Krol

Anton Krol

Chief Operating Officer
anton.krol@zubax.com


Dmitry Ramensky, PhD

Dmitry Ramensky, PhD

Chief Research Officer
dmitry.ramensky@zubax.com