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Highlight of our paper related to our laser prototype dedicated to quantum inertial sensing in space

The work we have conducted to develop an intelligent laser system optimized for quantum inertial sensing applications in space was highlighted in EPJD (https://www.epj.org/epjd-news/1836-epjd-highlight-laser-based-prototype-probes-cold-atom-dynamics). Our laser system fully complies with the specifications imposed by ESA and was validated by LNE-SYRTE on a quantum gravity gradiometer. A paper describing our work can be found here : […]

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First signals from our quantum differential gravimeter

We are proud to report that our quantum differential gravimeter is now operational and complies to our objectives of performances. Developed in tight collaboration with LNE-SYRTE, this instrument is capable of providing a simultaneous measurement of both gravity, g, and its vertical gradient dg/dz. Detailed characterizations have been performed and have confirmed our capability to […]

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Participation to the AGU Fall meeting 2019

Come and meet us at booth #1141 to discuss our latest technological developments ! More info on https://www.agu.org/fall-meeting. We will be glad to meet you in person and answer any question or inquiry. We will present our latest results regarding our field quantum gravimeter and our differential gravity sensors in sessions : G43A: Gravity Field […]

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Participation to IFCS-EFTF 2019

This week we meet the worldwide community of Time/Frequency in Orlando. EFTF-IFCS is a chief event gathering scientists and engineers. Let’s meet at booth #6 to discuss industry-grade cold-atom frequency standard, frequency transfer links and laser solutions dedicated to quantum technologies. We will also present the latest results related to our Muclock (MoBT2 session) and […]

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First operational trial of the MuClock by the telecom engineering department of the french national railway company

The telecom engineering department of the french national railway company initiated the trial of an innovative time distribution network developed by Gorgy Timing, and clocked with our MuClock. This trial is one of the major achievements of the SCPTime project funded by BPI. Our prototype was integrated to a complete network infrastructure and is operated […]

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Oral presentation about the AQG at the 2018 EGU General Assembly

During the next EGU meeting, we will formally present the latest achievements of our gravity sensor in the oral presentation: ”Evaluation of the repeatability and the stability of an operational Absolute Quantum Gravimeter”. Wednesday, 11 Apr 2018, 16:30. Session G4.2/HS11.10 – High accuracy terrestrial gravity observations in the time varying gravity field, room 2.32. More […]

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Poster presentation at the 2018 AGU meeting about the AQG

During the next AGU fall meeting, we will formally present the latest achievements of our gravity sensors in the oral presentation: ”Evaluating and comparing the performances of the first units of the Absolute Quantum Gravimeter”.Session G51F Gravity Field Determination: Acquisition, Processing, and Geodetic Applications of Terrestrial, Marine, and Airborne Gravity Data I Posters https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm18/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/378816

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