Teledyne e2v leads and partners academic and industrial groups in the industrialisation of quantum technologies for a myriad of applications covering land, sea, air and space in the fields of atomic timing, cold atom sensors and quantum imaging.
With a growing UK based team of 30 plus dedicated scientists and engineers developing the next generation of quantum timing and sensing systems, we are one of the largest commercial capabilities available to commercialise academic research and move demonstration to real life application.
With an increasing list of partners, multimillion pound grants and investment we are working on advanced programmes in atomic clocks for positioning, navigation and timing (PNT), cold atom sensors being applied to gravity sensing instruments for civil survey and mapping and the first applications in atmospheric drag measurement for space low Earth orbit (LEO).
Huge benefits come from collaborative innovation including rapid development, wider pools of scientific knowledge and the ability to work on early ideas, learn lessons quickly and then translate de-risked technology into industrial standards. Find out more about how we partnered the University of Birmingham on a quantum gravity sensor development.