Fuzzy Logic Robotics is on a mission to revolutionize the field of industrial robotics. Founded by Ryan Lober and Antoine Hoarau, a team of experts in the control and programming of industrial robots, the company is dedicated to making industrial robotics accessible to everyone, regardless of their level of technical expertise.
Drawing on their background in the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics (ISIR) at the Sorbonne, Ryan and Antoine have developed a revolutionary new software, Fuzzy Studio, that allows untrained users to easily control and program complex industrial robots.
With a shared passion and ambition, the team at Fuzzy Logic Robotics is working hard to empower small and medium-sized enterprises and industries to leverage the power of industrial robotics and stay competitive in an ever-changing market.
Empowering Industries with Fuzzy Studio
Fuzzy Logic Robotics is driven by a clear mission and unwavering conviction – to put the power of industrial robotics into the hands of every company, regardless of size or technical expertise.
The company was founded with the belief that industrial robots should be a simple, accessible, and economical tool that can be used to drive competitiveness and autonomy for businesses.
To achieve this, Fuzzy Logic Robotics has created Fuzzy Studio, a platform that simplifies the use of industrial robots for even the most demanding applications in flexible production.
From CAD design to real-time control, Fuzzy Studio streamlines the entire process, making it easy for non-experts to interact with and program industrial robots.
Based in Paris, the startup has already made a big impact in the industrial world, serving customers from diverse industries such as aeronautics with MBDA and nuclear power with Framatome.
Fuzzy Logic Robotics is proud to be at the forefront of a new era in industrial robotics, helping businesses achieve their goals and stay ahead of the curve.
So, what is Fuzzy Studio?
- Visual no-code robot programming and simulation
- Designed for people who are not robotics experts
- Compatible with all major robots brands
- Enables both offline and online robotic programming
Program any robot – no coding skills necessary
There is no need to learn or understand programming to use a robot. With the 3D simulated environment and the robot programs are automatically generated for you.
Get up and running right away without wasting time on details. Figure out how robotics can work for you with step-by-step application tutorials and our clear use interface.
Design and simulate your robotic workcell
Design, simulate and modify an entire robotic process in just a few clicks. In Fuzzy Studio, anyone can layout, test, and reconfigure their robotic workcell. Checking for reachability, collisions, and cycle-time help you refine your project in simulation easily and derisk your robotic investments.
If you already have a workcell, model it in Fuzzy Studio to give yourself a fully functioning digital twin for offline programming.
Generate trajectories from CAD or scans
Using Fuzzy Studio’s intelligent trajectory generation tools, you can automatically generate complex trajectories for your process directly from the 3D parts in your scene.
Fuzzy Studio provides a powerful arsenal of trajectory generators that understand your CAD and/or 3D models and transform hours of painstaking work into a few easy clicks. Export your trajectories for use in your robot controller or PLC, or level-up to with Fuzzy Studio Production for real-time deployment.
Works with all major brands
Fuzzy Studio includes a growing library of interactive 3D robot models from the major brands of industrial robot manufacturers (ABB, Fanuc, Kuka, Staübli, Universal Robot et Yaskawa).
New models are added everyday and we ensure tight collaboration with our partners to meet their exacting specifications, so that you have the most accurate and up to date models ready to use.
Control and program your robot in real-time
Fuzzy Studio’s compatibility with Fuzzy RTOS allows you to take control of the real robot. Don’t just simulate your robotic system, run it on the real deal. In one click, connect your simulation to your real system. Easily reprogram, repurpose and monitor your production system for full control.
Communicate with external devices
Our Exchange Table configuration tool allows you to easily configure software I/O (Input/Output). This enables your robot to communicate with the different elements of its work cell.
They can be used to send and receive information with external devices, such as sensors, actuators, PLCs, and other software. Once configured, I/O can be used during the execution of a trajectory to send and receive information in real time.
2023: the year of Fuzzy Logic Robotics?
2023 is shaping up to be a big year for Fuzzy Logic Robotics as the company launches a new website and introduces a groundbreaking robotics simulation software.
Fuzzy Studio, offered in a SaaS model with subscription licenses for less than 100 euros per month, is specifically designed for small and medium-sized enterprises and industries (SMEs and SMIs) that have a lot of variability in their production of small series.
According to Ryan Lober, CEO of Fuzzy Logic Robotics, the main challenge in the field of industrial robotics today is the complexity of the tools and the fear of large investments, which can be a barrier for many companies.
With Fuzzy Studio, he says, price is no longer an issue. The software is easy to use, allowing even non-technical users to program industrial robots with ease.
Fuzzy Logic Robotics is taking the lead in making industrial robotics accessible to everyone with its innovative Fuzzy Studio software.
According to Lober, the company is the only one to tackle the challenge of enabling everyone to program a robot in real-world production scenarios.
He believes that what is missing in robotics and industrial automation today is true simplicity. With Fuzzy Studio, the company aims to make this a reality by allowing even those who may have never used an industrial robot to program even complex robotic tasks in just 5 minutes.
This level of ease of use is what sets Fuzzy Studio apart from other solutions on the market and is at the core of the company’s mission and conviction.
The launch of Fuzzy Studio represents a significant step forward in the automation capacity of factories. Fuzzy Logic Robotics is committed to empowering manufacturers and helping them boost their competitiveness and autonomy by making robots adapt to them, and not the other way around.
Main image – from left: Antoine Hoarau, co-founder and CTO, and Ryan Lober, co-founder and CEO.