An ultra-sensitive gravity imager



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The hub will receive £28m from the UKRI’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to allow it to continue its research, build on existing relationships with industry, and develop new partnerships over the next five years. QuantIC brings together the Universities of Glasgow, Bristol, Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt and Strathclyde and will... Read more
Published on: 2019-07-11
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QuantIC will be at Laser World of Photonics in Munich from 24-27 June  and will presenting a number of demonstrators to highlight the Hub’s role in translating leading imaging research into innovative technology from initial idea to field testing, prototyping and commercialisation through industrial collaboration. The international trade fair for... Read more
Published on: 2019-06-21
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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
Published on: 2019-02-01
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QuantIC was excited to be involved in “Photonics Meets Real World Applications”, a joint doctoral training careers workshop for the EPSRC CDTs in Photonic Integration & Advanced Data Storage, Applied Photonics, and Intelligent Sensing & Measurement last week in Glasgow. The event, was an opportunity for CDT students to foster... Read more
Published on: 2018-10-30
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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
Published on: 2018-07-05
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Project Description

Sensors already present in your mobile phone are capable of detecting the orientation of your screen. At QuantIC we are taking this technology to the next level with Wee-g, the most stable Micro Electro Mechanical System (MEMS) device ever developed. The device already has a sensitivity of 40 uGal/rt(Hz) and will be able to measure acceleration variances in all three directions. Wee-g is compact in size and with its optical readout is the size of a golf ball. The device will offer the most attractive cost to performance ratio in the marketplace. QuantIC would like to develop Wee-g technology demonstrator projects in collaboration with a range of industry partners to explore possible applications where the technology can deliver competitive advantage in the following areas: • Oil and gas prospecting and reservoir monitoring • Civil engineering and detection of underground structures • Environmental monitoring and volcanology • Navigation • Aerospace • Security and Defence

Project Details
  • Demonstrator: Wee-g
  • Capabilities: Gravity imager
  • Home: quantic.ac.uk
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