The 2023 National Quantum Technologies Showcase is taking place this year on 2 November at the Business Design Centre, London. Organised by Innovate UK, EPSRC alongside the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme, this year’s event aims to explore the expanding landscape of quantum technology commercialisation and industrial advancement in the UK, where approximately half of all quantum businesses in Europe call home.
The UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing will be showcasing successes achieved since 2014 at our exhibit, and we will also be inviting our academic and industry colleagues to add their own milestones achieved in collaboration with us to our artwork.
Recently launched spin-out companies Cerca Magnetics and Delta g, set up by UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing academics, will be among the exhibitors at the event, showcasing their early successes in commercialising quantum technologies.
The Quantum Technologies Showcase is open to anyone with a vested interest in the UK quantum technology sector, including industry professionals, businesses, academics, government representatives and investors.
There are huge breakthroughs happening across automotive, healthcare, infrastructure, telecommunications, cyber security and defence. The Showcase is the perfect opportunity for delegates and exhibitors to network and explore collaborations at one of the largest quantum events in the UK and discover the growing commercialisation and industrialisation of quantum technologies.
The showcase will also demonstrate the success and progress of UKNQTP, a £1 billion dynamic collaboration between industry, academia and government. So far, UKNQTP have invested almost £500m in UK Quantum projects, with a goal of £1b by 2024, including several hundred businesses from supply chain, end users and technology developers.
Last year, over 1,500 people and 67 exhibitors attended the Showcase from 34 different countries, including George Freeman MP, Minister of State for Science.
With over 60 exhibitors including: NPL who will showcase and demonstrate research developments from their Quantum Programme; NQCC who are looking to engage with delegates over their quantum computing technology; and Fraunhofer who’ll be highlighting a variety of projects and collaborative projects, this is a not-to-be missed event.
Register to attend in-person or online where you can watch live streams of all the presentations and panel discussions throughout the day.