Q.ANT on Deutschlandfunk 

In a fasci­na­ting broad­cast for cof­fee con­nois­seurs and tho­se inte­res­ted in technology, edi­to­ri­al jour­na­list Frank Gro­te­lüschen inter­views Micha­el Förtsch and Maria Hohm about quantum sensor technology in the ana­ly­sis of cof­fee pow­der at the Han­no­ver Mes­se. The ans­wers to ques­ti­ons about the technology and the advan­ta­ges of the system can be lis­tened to in the 4‑minute pro­gram.

Q.ANT par­ti­cle sensors enab­le par­ti­cle sen­sing and ana­ly­sis in real-time for direct con­trol of pro­ces­ses. By genera­ting vast­ly more valu­able data about the mea­su­red par­ti­cles, the quantum par­ti­cle sensor enab­les the simul­ta­ne­ous mea­su­re­ment of par­ti­cle size, speed and direc­tion and the AI-based clas­si­fi­ca­ti­on of par­ti­cle shape. Ana­ly­zing cof­fee pow­der as one of many app­li­ca­ti­on pos­si­bi­li­ties ran­ging from food all the way to mate­ri­al, che­mi­cal and phar­maceu­ti­cal processing.

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