Greg Blackman looks at novel imaging devices based on quantum science, and finds that the technology is closer to commercialisation than first expected
Work from the first three years of the £270 million UK National Quantum Technology programme, including that from the quantum imaging hub, was showcased at an event in London on 22 November
The UK National Quantum Technologies Programme is a £270m UK Government investment over five years, aimed at accelerating the translation of quantum technologies into the marketplace, boosting British business and making a real difference to our everyday lives.
At Laser World of Photonics in Munich, the UK Quantum Technology Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging was displaying a number of imaging project demonstrators, including a methane gas camera being built in collaboration with M Squared Lasers
Andrew Williams finds that 3D scanning systems that can pinpoint dents and imperfections on aircraft body panels are being welcomed by aviation businesses to replace manual inspection
Anne Wendel, director of VDMA Machine Vision, reports from the joint VDMA and Vision CEO roundtable event at the beginning of February
Greg Blackman visited the Embedded World conference and exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany, at the end of February to find vision in abundance
Matthew Dale explores new algorithms, processing boards and interfaces for viewing images, all for improving airborne surveillance