Cooperation with SICK 

Today was an enor­mous­ly exci­ting day for us and Ger­man industrial quantum technology ali­ke. Today we signed a coope­ra­ti­on agree­ment with our part­ner SICK. Tog­e­ther, we had recent­ly demons­tra­ted a suc­cess­ful func­tio­n­al test of the worl­d’s first quantum opti­cal sensor that can be used for seri­es production. 

With our sensor it is pos­si­ble to ana­ly­ze in real time each par­ti­cle in the mea­su­re­ment volu­me with regard to its size, its velo­ci­ty and its par­ti­cle direc­tion. This addi­tio­nal, simul­ta­ne­ous­ly acqui­red infor­ma­ti­on opens up com­ple­te­ly new dimen­si­ons in par­ti­cle analysis. 

At the start of our coope­ra­ti­on, we will focus tog­e­ther with SICK on the fol­lowing app­li­ca­ti­ons, for example:

1. ana­ly­sis of par­ti­cle con­ta­mi­na­ti­on sources in the semi­con­duc­tor industry.
2. veri­fi­ca­ti­on of com­pli­an­ce with par­ti­cu­la­te mat­ter limits and for opti­mi­zing ven­ti­la­ti­on con­trol in buil­dings, such as subways
3. con­ti­nuous inspec­tion of par­ti­cle size dis­tri­bu­ti­on in pow­der manu­fac­tu­ring, for examp­le from tablet to cement production.

With this technology, mass pro­duc­tion of quantum opti­cal sensors is wit­hin reach. Over the next few mon­ths, we will now work tog­e­ther to deve­lop a prototype.

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