Bring Swarming A.I. to the market
SIMMS fetch a set of unique algorithms to create a distributed (swarm) intelligence that allows autonomous, highly effective, cost efficient, and coordinated undertaking of missions by mobile robots, principally drones. This plug and play AI (artificial intelligence) technology, in the form of a ‘smart box’, can be used and tailored to all sorts of monitoring, securitization, rescue or tracking missions. The integration of SIMMS’ proprietary AI technology with off-the-shelf sensorial and visualization technology results in the fully autonomous and coordinated execution of mission by swarms, from two to tens of robots, resulting in greater area coverage, the faster carrying out of mission, a higher accuracy and reliability and above all a much more cost effective deployment of technology.
25 years experience in AI
5 years experience in UAV swarming
Publications in top-level conferences/journals
Experience in military projects
Several awards – IEEE, US Navy
Pascal is a professor at the University of Luxembourg. Head of the Parallel Computing and Optimization Group and Special Advisor to the Rector for HPC.
Grégoire is a research scientist at the University of Luxembourg. He has more than 15 years of experience in Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Networks.
Pierre-Yves is a R&D specialist engineer at the University of Luxembourg. He is specialized on Embbeded Systems and Software Development.
Dany Donnen is a business developer with Serial entrepreneurial experiences and 30 years of experience in ICT business. He is Adjunct Prof at the University of Luxembourg in Smart Innovation and startup founder in consulting, media, webapp, ...