M Squared, one of the world’s leading quantum technology companies, has opened a new quantum research facility in Glasgow – based in the University of Strathclyde’s Inovo building in Glasgow City Innovation District.
Some of the equipment the facility is using and developing are:
• The UK’s first commercial quantum gravimeter – a device that measures tiny, localised variations in the Earth’s gravitational field caused by underground objects.
• The UK’s first commercial quantum accelerometer – a device that measures how an object’s velocity changes over time and could allow for navigation without relying on satellites.
• A strontium lattice atomic clock – that could facilitate satellite-free navigation, financial time-stamping and deep-space navigation.
• An advanced laser system for quantum computing – pushing the limits of quantum information technologies that will solve complex problems beyond today’s capabilities.
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