Q.ANT awarded at Schwarzer Löwe 

Q.ANT was awar­ded second place at Schwar­zer Löwe in the Foun­der’s cate­go­ry. The quantum par­ti­cle Sensor con­vin­ced the jury to select Q.ANT to the fina­lists, of which Q.ANT recei­ved second place of the pres­ti­gious busi­ness award of the sta­te of Baden-Württemberg. 

The sensor for par­ti­cle metro­lo­gy is the world’s first industrial sensor which makes use of quantum technology. App­lied in pro­jects by the busi­ness part­ners Festo and Sick, the sensor has been used in moni­to­ring the con­di­ti­on of algae in a bio­re­ac­tor and ana­ly­zing the pro­cess of grin­ding cof­fee.

The award is a con­fir­ma­ti­on for Q.ANT and the work of the ent­i­re team. And a gre­at sign for quantum technology in gene­ral. Also, it shows the poten­ti­al of inno­va­ti­on wit­hin the regi­on of metro­po­li­tan Stutt­gart. Behind the Schwar­zer Löwe busi­ness award are a renow­ned jury and 12 publi­shing houses with 17 dai­ly news­pa­pers in grea­ter Stuttgart.

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