Spiri Mu


Flocking

A flock is an ensemble of two or more Spiris running our flocking software. In this mode, each Spiri shares information and cooperates with each other, maintaining formation without further human effort.

Open Source

Spiri robots are fully programmable, customizable, standards-based, and open source. They run Ubuntu Linux with CUDA accelerated OpenCV and ROS. We provide extensive tools and access for developers.

SLAM on Spiri

Spiri robots use a process called simultaneous location and mapping (SLAM) to improve their navigational control. ORB_SLAM2 is installed with GPU acceleration on the Spiri Mu. Here's how it works.

Modularity

Spiri robots are highly modular in design. This is intended to facilitate repairs, upgrades, and general maintenance over the lifetime of your robot. We provide a variety of open ports for hardware extension.

Featured User

Polytechnique Montréal, MIST Lab

Photo courtesy of the European Space Agency, A. Romeo


Featured Resources


Simulator
plan and prepare

Test missions, programs, and algorithms in a simulated environment. Ensure your real life missions go right the first time.

Spiri Cloud
process, analyze and store

Process your raw data into information you can act on. Let our servers handle the computation. Store data and back up your robots and hosts.

Spiri Host
manage and integrate

Manage your robots, mission settings, and other assets on a preconfigured, professional Linux laptop. Preprocess data. Back up to local disk or cloud.