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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