The UK Quantum Showcase demonstrates why others around the world are seeking to copy the UK’s quantum technology approach. It’s little surprise that the UK government is providing additional funding of £315m over the next 5 years. The 2018 UK National Quantum Technology Showcase took place in the prestigious QEII ... read more
Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowNovember 21, 2018
The development of large scale quantum computers is expected to be a decade long journey. Some predict a quantum winter before early investors see returns. This need not be the case for those willing to look more widely. Quantum computing is the poster child of the emerging quantum technology sector. ... read more
Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowOctober 3, 2018
QuantIC, the UK Quantum Technology Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging, will be exhibiting its latest imaging prototypes and associated components at Photonics West, from 5-7 February 2019 in San Francisco. Now in its 25th year, the event is the largest and most influential annual photonics technologies showcase in North America ... read more
This year’s National Quantum Technologies Showcase in London was the best one yet with more attendees and exhibits and QuantIC was on hand with many demonstrators that were being exhibited for the first time to industry including the Hub’s Germanium on Silicon Single-Photon Avalanche Detector and Computational Photon Counting LiDAR ... read more
The Committee, which exists to ensure that government policy and decision-making are based on good scientific and engineering advice and evidence, were up in Glasgow last Thursday 28 June for a formal oral evidence session on the committee’s inquiry into quantum technologies. Quantum technologies have been selected by the Government ... read more
Medium wavelength infrared sensors based on antimonides are already available and QuantIC is developing IndiPix™, a new kind of image sensor based on this technology that will open new applications in biological imaging, security and sensing.
We have successfully demonstrated a novel active InSb pixel technology capable of addressing individual pixels of a focal plane array without needing a flip-chipped input-output circuit. We have now demonstrated mid-IR imaging with small size 4x4 and 8x8 pixel arrays, and test work is underway on a 64x64 pixel array, the first large format monolithically integrated mid-IR imager.
QuantIC is working in collaboration with a range of industry partners including Gas Sensing Solutions and we are looking for partners interested in new imaging sensors based on this technology and possible modifications to address market needs and deliver competitive advantage in the following areas:
• Gas sensing • Biological imaging • Agricultural and Food storage applications • Energy and Environmental monitoring