Research & Development

At Avular, R&D is one of our most important aspects as we constantly strive to innovate and improve our technology. We do so for customer projects, internal product development and subsidiary projects. Below you find an overview of these projects.

Avular is developing a cost-efficient radar- and stereovision-based navigation system.

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We have created a new special purpose drone, designed to fly autonomously to inspect industrial chimneys faster and better.

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MiCart is an autonomously driving robot with integrated cutting-edge sound camera systems and artificial intelligence.

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The Avular Stellar system works with real-time kinematic GPS (GNSS). It uses – like any GPS system – the satellites to know its location, but also uses GPS information sent from a base station with a known location. This makes the Avular Stellar accurate up to 2.5 centimeters and perfect for applications outdoor.

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The Avular Starling system is developed completely in-house. From its concept to design, from assembly to testing. Its biggest advantage is the unmatched high accuracy of its measurements. When compared to ground truth, it’s shown that Starling is accurate up to 1 to 1,5 centimeters.

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The Avular Spectrum system uses ultra-wideband technology and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.

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The ADACORSA project focusses on delivering technical components for drone BVLOS operations at affordable prices, by adjusting components from the automotive industry.

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Together with Ronik, we developed a working prototype of a drone that has been tested in practice and achieves part of the above objectives.

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We are working on a product that uses radar and stereovision technology for the autonomous navigation of mobile robots and drones.

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In this commercial project, we had a successful pilot trial with an autonomous navigation solution for our client Vanderlande.

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For the Smart Tooling project, we have created more reliable and safer drone inspections outdoor – in this case for chemical installations specifically.

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Autonomous prediction and detection of potato diseases.

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Monitoring crop growth and crop health in greenhouses using autonomous drones.

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SAGA is a collaborative project to develop swarm robotics that are able to perform agricultural inspections.

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Avular and Sorama have teamed up to developed a flying sound camera; an innovative system with which inspections can be executed in big, hard to reach, technical installations.

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Together with Signify (former Philips Lighting), we have developed a Rover for lighting measuring purposes for stadiums.

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Avular is part of a Living Lab for the development of drones, together with the TU/E. Heijmans, Skyvision Drones and Blue Jay.

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The Redox CrossRoads2 project is a solution provided by Avular and Airobot, supported by the European Union, for indoor drone inspection for corrosion.

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