Quamapolis 

Quantum sensor technology as a key enab­ler for pre­cise mea­su­re­ment of the posi­ti­on and loca­ti­on of objects. 

Sounds a bit com­plex, but exact­ly this indoor loca­liz­a­ti­on system can be a door ope­ner for the auto­ma­ti­on of pro­ces­ses for Indus­try 4.0, Smart Home as well as robo­tics app­li­ca­ti­ons in the field of Health­ca­re and Smart Agriculture.

On 01.04.2021, the new BMBF-fun­ded joint pro­ject Qua­ma­po­lis was laun­ched, in which we at Q.ANT, tog­e­ther with Bosch, Würth, Stutt­gart Uni­ver­si­ty and Ulm Uni­ver­si­ty, aim to achie­ve a reso­lu­ti­on of less than 1 cm. 

https://www.quantentechnologien.de/forschung/foerderung/anwendungsbezogene-forschung-in-der-quantensensorik-metrologie-sowie-bildgebung/quamapolis.html

We are sup­por­ted by our two asso­cia­ted part­ners Daim­ler and Bosch Sensortec.

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