Nimble One

Fresh out of the workshop, Nimble One reveals Aru V3 in November 2023.

Aru V3’s first reveal in November 2023

Our latest iteration, field ready, will be made available to our partners, marking the beginning of our Early-Adopter program.

To apply to join the team or to get in touch about Aru and our Early-Adopter program :

Aru V2 in December 2022

Bringing a functional robot into people-centric environment is no easy task. The elaboration of an efficient solution starts with the sketch of the fundamental shape of the robot.​

Nimble One departed from the classical shapes of bipeds and quadrupeds to design a robot tackling the issue at its root and create a shape fundamentally agile and dexterous.

To put it short, we are reinventing movement to create the next generation robotic field operator.​


Aru’s design is fully patented

Where can Aru be useful?​

Aru’s innovative shape significantly extends the physical capability of mobile robots and combines with the agility of snake robot, rover and quadruped while embedding the interaction ability of humanoid robots. ​ ​ ​

Aru can perform physical tasks under rough conditions or beyond human capabilities. This means bringing Aru in the field where human operations are painful, dangerous and to costly.


Inspect facilities with specific sensors for regular data gathering. Improve awareness with fault detection abilities. Perform periodic maintenance tasks, map construction or mining sites. Maintain critical steel infrastructure by treating rust in every corner.

Stability and Agility​

Stable by design, Aru navigates smoothly in uncertain surroundings. ​

Polymorph, Aru cruises, walks and adapts its shape to the obstacles it faces : narrow ways, stairs, doors, …​

Multipurpose, legs become arms to manipulate objects at height.​​


Aru explores, maps terrain, acknowledges objects using stereo cameras and neural network algorithms​.

Aru can equip one or two manipulators to handle and transport items.

Payload developers can add custom sensors and hardware to expand Aru’s capabilities and perform physical tasks.

Learning new tasks

Aru is controlled by a mobile interface and replays learned actions while adapting to minor change in its environment.

Application developers can use the Software Development Kit (SDK) to create custom autonomous missions.​

Robust and upgradable

Aru’s design team focuses on reliability and maintenance : Reduced number of unique parts, easy disassembly-reassembly, reliable and time proof sub-components.​

Aru’s capabilities improve and scale up with simple software upgrades.​