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Atomionics's Logo

Atomionics

singapore, Singapore
1-10 Employees

Atomionics

... Atomionics is a Singapore based VC-backed startup building quantum sensors for Navigation and Resource Exploration. ...

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Cryptosense

Paris, France
1-10 Employees

Quantum Sensing | SandboxAQ

... Quantum Navigation ...

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Quantum Health

Columbus, United States
251-500 Employees

Quantum Health | Healthcare Navigation

... Quantum Health | Healthcare Navigation ...

Quantum Health | Healthcare Navigation
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Q-CTRL

Sydney, Australia
11-50 Employees

We make quantum technology useful | Q-CTRL

... Developing a quantum-assured navigation ...

We make quantum technology useful | Q-CTRL
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Essential Design

Boston, United States
11-50 Employees

Quantum technology | PA Consulting

... How Things Work: Quantum navigation ...

Quantum technology | PA Consulting

Global Innovation and Technology Centre | PA Consulting

... How Things Work: Quantum navigation ...

Global Innovation and Technology Centre | PA Consulting
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KINEXON

Munich, Germany
101-250 Employees

KINEXON AGV KINEXON Brain - Providing the automated flow | KINEXON

... A Quantum Leap in AGV Navigation and ...

KINEXON AGV KINEXON Brain - Providing the automated flow | KINEXON
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„Quantum Navigation“

Quantum navigation is a new approach to navigation that uses the principles of quantum mechanics to determine a more precise and accurate route than traditional methods. It utilizes the principles of entanglement, superposition, and quantum tunneling to detect and measure the properties of particles and other physical phenomena, allowing for more accurate and complex route planning. Quantum navigation has the potential to revolutionize navigation, allowing for more efficient and accurate routing, as well as the potential to develop new navigation tools and technologies.