Q.ANT on Deutschlandfunk

In a fascinating broadcast for coffee connoisseurs and those interested in technology, editorial journalist Frank Grotelüschen interviews Michael Förtsch and Maria Hohm about quantum sensor technology in the analysis of coffee powder at the Hannover Messe. The answers to questions about the technology and the advantages of the system can be listened to in the 4-minute program.

Q.ANT particle sensors enable particle sensing and analysis in real-time for direct control of processes. By generating vastly more valuable data about the measured particles, the quantum particle sensor enables the simultaneous measurement of particle size, speed and direction and the AI-based classification of particle shape. Analyzing coffee powder as one of many application possibilities ranging from food all the way to material, chemical and pharmaceutical processing.

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