CWTEC16 - Quantum sensing, positioning and navigation

Quantum phenomena bring some very interesting new methods for sensing. For example, microgravity sensors can be made with incredible sensitivity, which could enable navigation by inertial sensing and with gravity maps in areas where no other system can operate, deep underground or underwater or inside buildings. This talk will explore these aspects and describe some exciting developments in e2v.

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