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This year’s National Quantum Technologies Showcase in London was the best one yet with more attendees and exhibits and QuantIC was on hand with many demonstrators that were being exhibited for the first time to industry including the Hub’s Germanium on Silicon Single-Photon Avalanche Detector and Computational Photon Counting LiDAR system.
QuantIC researchers who had exhibited at previous events also noticed the buzz around quantum technologies this year. Dr Johannes Herrnesdorf, who was exhibiting his technology project with Clyde Space on LED based transceivers on nanosatellites said, “Having attended all four Quantum Showcases, I felt that there was a clear evolution throughout the years, with this year’s showcase being the best so far. The layout of the exhibition space was very good, and the structure of the event allowed a continuous flow of visitors to come to our stand throughout its duration. Interest remained high until late on a Friday”. Also echoing the sentiment was Dr Vincenzo Pusino who was exhibiting the Indipix sensor. He said, ”I felt the event really grew over the years, and so did the interest of the people attending, especially now that many of the showcased technologies are getting closer and closer to being ready for commercial exploitation. Our exhibit was well attended and we made many contacts which will hopefully translate in future collaborations”.
Over 700 people attended the National Quantum Technologies Showcase this year, the largest number of visitors to date. Expectations will certainly be higher next year, which will coincide with the mid-point of the ten year national quantum technologies programme.