Breakthrough: Quantum Magnetic Field Sensor to Control Prostheses, Exoskeletons and Avatars with Neural Signals

Stuttgart / Hanover, April 18, 2024 – Human-Interface-Technologies have the potential to revolutionize entire industries. With its magnetic field sensor, the German quantum technology company Q.ANT has taken a decisive step in this direction and initiated a paradigm shift. More precise than before, Q.ANT’s new sensor can measure the finest electrical currents via their magnetic […]

Quantum sensor improves process and quality control by analyzing particles in real time

Stuttgart, 8th April 2024 / The properties of raw materials and feedstock play a decisive role in analysis and production processes as well as in laboratory and process technology. Detailed information about the size, number, composition and distribution of particles contribute to process control and quality assurance. At Analytica in Munich, the Stuttgart-based high-tech start-up […]

Q.ANT Particle Sensor for Quality Control at AM Forum

Quantum sensor for particle analysis improves quality control of printing powders in additive manufacturing Stuttgart, 20. March 2024 / In additive manufacturing, the properties of the printing powder with particles from metal, plastic or ceramic play a decisive role. The size, number and composition of the fine particles influence the course of the process. The […]

Q.ANT and Fraunhofer IPA establish Competence Centre for prosthetics with quantum technology

Stuttgart, 8 March 2024 / The high-tech company Q.ANT and Fraunhofer IPA today signed an agreement to establish the Competence Centre Human-Machine-Interface. The aim of the cooperation is to detect finest nerve signals from muscle activity and interpret the resulting information in order to control machines and devices. This could make it possible to intuitively […]

Q.ANT develops first quantum chip demonstrator for Bundesdruckerei GmbH

Research cooperation between federal company and Stuttgart-based high-tech start-up Stuttgart, 27. June 2023 – Quantum chips working with light may play a central role on the path to quantum computers in the future. As part of a research development contract from Bundesdruckerei GmbH, Q.ANT has developed a first prototype that successfully generates random numbers based […]

Q.ANT and IMS CHIPS set up quantum chip fabrication

Stuttgart, June 21, 2023 – Stuttgart-based start-up Q.ANT and the Institute for Microelectronics Stuttgart (IMS CHIPS), today signed an agreement to jointly manufacture quantum chips. Chips for quantum processors are to be produced in small batches in just two years. As a leading quantum technology company, Q.ANT contributes its know-how in quantum computer chip production […]

Q.ANT presents the potentials of quantum technology at the Hannover Fair

Fully integrated quantum magnetic field sensor brings reading of human muscle signals within reach Small, lightweight and highly sensitive: with a magnetic field sensor the size of the palm of a hand, Stuttgart-based start-up Q.ANT wants to open up industrial fields of application. One could be medical technology. In the near future, the quantum sensor […]

Q.ANT, Bosch, TRUMPF and German Aerospace Center aim to use quantum sensors to control satellites

Project partners plan to launch first satellite with quantum technology attitude control in 2027 // Quantum sensors are a key technology for accurately controlling the orientation of communication satellites // Scientific expertise to be provided by the Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik // German government allocates eight-figure sum to support QYRO project Stuttgart/Cologne/Berlin, August 26, 2022 […]

ACHEMA: Q.ANT optimizes Process Technology with the World’s first Quantum Particle Sensor

At this year’s ACHEMA (Hall 11.0 Booth F50), the start-up Q.ANT is exhibiting the world’s first industrial-grade quantum sensor as a particle sensor. This can simultaneously measure three parameters in real-time. An artificial intelligence (AI) analyzes the measured parameters and classifies the particles according to their shape. This allows optimized and sustainable operation of plants […]

Q.ANT and Festo agree strategic partnership

Automation technology facilitates large-scale biomass cultivation using artificial photosynthesis // Quantum sensor provides information on algae growth // Prototype with quantum technology to be presented at Hannover Messe 2022 Esslingen/Stuttgart/Ditzingen, May 22, 2022 – Festo and Q.ANT, a wholly owned subsidiary of TRUMPF, are entering into a strategic partnership to cultivate biomass on an industrial […]