Quantum Technologies

Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Information Theory as building blocks for cross-technological solutions.


Quantum technologies take advantage of quantum phenomena such as Superposition, Entanglement, and Uncertainty for different applications. The second Quantum Technological Revolution requires precisely handling individual quantum objects such as photons, atoms, and electrons.

Quantum Communication

Guaranteed security by the laws of Nature
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Quantum Computing

Faster Algorithms & Computation Complexity Management
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Quantum Sensing

High sensitivity, precision, and resolution measurements.
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Quantum Simulations

Simulating Nature with Nature
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Why Quantum?

Why Quantum Technologies?

Speeding up algorithms, simulating nature with nature, securing communication, and seeing the unseeable.

The socio-economic challenges of the 21st century demand considerable data processing, complex optimizations, numerical and native simulations, real-time applications and response, secure communication, novel solutions for climate and energy challenges, and ultra-precise sensing devices. 

In a cross-technological innovative approach, leveraging quantum technologies’ power will be crucial to tackle some challenges.

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Quantum Communication & Quantum Cryptography

End-to-End Communication Security 

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Quantum Communication & Quantum Cryptographic protocols simplify the shared secret randomness by being able to detect & reject any real-time attacks on the communication channel.

Quantum mechanics and laws of nature leverage this power, especially Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle and the No-Cloning Theorem.

Quantum Communication and Quantum Cryptography security protocols based on physical principles eliminate the current and future security protocol’s assumption based on the computational complexity of certain mathematical problems by promising protection due to the laws of Nature. 

Quantum Communication & Quantum Cryptographic protocols combined with other cipher protocols give us end-to-end secure communication.

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Quantum Computations

Faster Algorithms & Computational Complexity Management 

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Quantum Computing is a cross-scientific, cross-technological technology at the intersection of physics, mathematics, and computer science that takes advantage of quantum physics for performing computation and simulation tasks.  

A quantum computer operates with quantum bits, and a dozen quantum algorithms* have been developed that are significantly (sometimes exponentially) faster than the best-known classical algorithms. This is called a Quantum Speedup or a Quantum Advantage. The speedup arrives from the input being put in the superposition of all possible inputs. Then the algorithm is performed simultaneously on the superposition, coined “quantum parallelization.”

The real beauty of constructing quantum algorithms is manipulating the amplitudes in such a way that from all the possible outcomes, we get a meaningful answer.

Quantum Machine Learning, on the other hand, the field of boosting the performance of classical machine learning algorithms, has shown an advantage speed-up for specific learning applications. 


Quantum Computing applications depend strongly on the current development of the quantum computer processor – QPU. This is known as the scalability problem.

We guarantee solutions. Therefore, we will deliver quantum applications for the specific challenge if we see a clear advantage for our cross-technological solution.

 We prepare the industries for the quantum era by mapping their challenges into quantum algorithms,  a clear competitive advantage for the future.

The solutions you build today may have nothing in common with the solutions of tomorrow. It all depends on the progress of the  Quantum Computer and its integration with existing classical computation methods. Therefore, we maintain the updated quantum solutions linked to Quantum Computers’ progress. 

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Quantum Sensing

Ultra-precise measurements 

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Quantum Sensors deliver high sensitivity, high precision, and high-resolution solutions for challenges where the classical sensor technology runs into a limit.  

Quantum Sensors are based on quantum mechanical phenomena such as superposition and interference for measuring various physical quantities such as magnetic and electrical fields, time and frequency, gravitation, rotation, force, acceleration, temperature, and pressure.  

Quantum Sensors have a variety of applications for navigation, detection, imaging, and much more.

Our sensor solutions are for specific challenges and industries and their unique environments. 

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Quantum Simulation

Imitate / Simulate nature phenomena with nature Itself. 

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Feynman, 1882 suggested that calculating arbitrary properties of a quantum model or quantum systems on a device can be efficient only in a quantum way, simulating nature with nature itself.

Many Quantum Models can efficiently be simulated in a classical device and do not need quantum simulations.

The classical numerical tools are:

These classical methods take exponential time for certain systems and models.

Quantum Simulations might be able to efficiently simulate with a time that scales at most polynomially with particle numbers. Such models are:

Cross Technology

Our expertise

We integrate Quantum Technologies and boost in a quantum way other existing technologies for our cross-technological innovations.

Your industry, communication, environment, and your challenge are unique.

Cross-technological Quantum boosted solutions comprise:

What DO WE DO?

From challenge to Cross-Technological Innovative Solutions

We work together with the Industrial R&D department to strengthen their innovative capabilities, access and identify challenges and valuable problems, guarantee cross-technological innovative solutions, and create a competitive advantage while bringing business value.

Business to Technology (B2T)
  • Identify industry-specific challenges where the current technological approaches run into limits.
  • Translate the challenge into technological and well-established scientific language.
Cross-Technology to Innovations (T2I)
  • Identify different QDeepTech technologies to address the specific challenge.
  • Provide Cross-Technological Innovation blueprint for the solution
R&D Innovative Solutions

Modeling and Development of the Cross-Technological Innovative Solutions.

Innovations to Market (I2M)

Innovations meeting Marketability Criteria.



Quantum Technologies Use Cases

What are standards? 
Standards mean first putting order in the chaos and shaping the future of technology. From terminology to technical details, to guide and lead different stakeholders, governments, industries, technological actors, and the public sector.

Standardization has laid the foundations for significant improvements in cooperation, productivity, and innovation.

The document is written by the CEN-CENELEC Focus Group on Quantum Technologies (FGQT)


Standardization Roadmap on Quantum Technologies

Standards are there to facilitate the compatibility of equipment, improve fair competitiveness, facilitate the adoption, diffusion, commercialization, and mainly the nescience and hence bridge the knowledge gap between technology and market, especially for emergent and overhyped technologies such as Quantum Technologies, which are wrongly marketed and create confusion among stakeholders such as governments and public sector, media, industry, & investment. 

The document is written by the CEN-CENELEC Focus Group on Quantum Technologies (FGQT)