Zero Point Motion

Zero Point Motion is an early-stage start-up. Utilising the quantum properties of light we create devices that sense motion with up to 10,000x greater precision than in today's consumer MEMS devices.

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At Zero Point Motion we are redefining the limits of inertial sensors to enable high precision
positioning and navigation. Our mission is to provide exquisitely low-noise readout of acceleration
and rotation using cavity optomechanics in a hybrid micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS)
and photonic integrated circuit (PIC) chip.

We are an early stage start-up founded in 2020 to commercialise technology invented by the CEO
Dr Lia Li, and with a founding team comprised of eminent semiconductor veterans. We operate a
fabless business model, and are VC funded.

Zero Point Motion is based in Bristol.

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    Zero Point Motion – an early-stage start-up utilising the quantum properties of light to create devices that sense motion with up to 10,000x greater precision than in today's consumer MEMS devices – introduce themselves to the CW community.

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Location info - Zero Point Motion Ltd

Bristol University Quantum Technology Innovation Center
1 Cathedral Square
United Kingdom

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