Welcome to Quantum Sensing News: The latest Quantum Sensing and Single-Photon Systems updates brought to you by ID Quantique.
This month’s first story is the proud announcement that ID Quantique’s ID Qube has been awarded Gold–level honoree status by the 2020 Laser Focus World Innovators awards.
We are also very excited by the news that our photon-counting technology has contributed to the successful final test of the Ariane 6 rocket boosters.
We will be (virtually) at QTech 2020 next week, so don’t hesitate to reach out to us to learn about our latest developments in quantum technologies.
Finally, we invite you to join our webinar ‘Enhancing quantum communication and computing, fluorescence measurements, LIDAR and IC inspection with single-photon detection’ which will explore the frontiers of single-photon science and applications.
Enjoy the reading and stay healthy!
ID Quantique honored by 2020 Laser Focus World Innovators Awards
ID Quantique’s newest Near Infrared (NIR) single-photon detector, the ID Qube, has been awarded the Gold-level honoree status by the Laser Focus World Innovators Awards program.
The ID Qube Series single photon detector, similar in size to a Rubik’s cube, was recognized among the best by the 2020 Laser Focus World Innovators Awards. An esteemed and experienced panel of judges from the optics and photonics community recognized ID Quantique as a Gold honoree.
Successful final test firing of the P120C solid rocket motor
ID Quantique contributed to the successful final test firing of Ariane 6 rocket boosters on 7 October 2020.
The Ariane 6 rocket boosters were fired by the fiber-optic based opto-pyrotechnic system, which was successfully tested and validated by ID Quantique’s photon counting OTDR.
Join us between 2nd – 4th November 2020
We are sponsoring the event which aims at presenting the latest developments in quantum communication, computation, simulation, sensors and metrology, and their implementation.
Webinar: Enhancing quantum communication and computing…
Date & time: November 24, 2020
4:00 PM – 4:45 PM CET
Dr Félix Bussières will present a review of state-of-the-art experiments using time resolved single-photon detection based on SNSPDs, SPADs and Time-Tagging electronics to achieve unprecedented results in quantum communication, single-photon OTDRs, range finding and Lidar.