QPI is developing a patented technology platform of atomic precision positioning metrology devices for microelectronics and sensors for use in medicine, bio-technology, aviation, defence, automotive, seismic, mining and other industries.
QPI devices belong to a family of micro- and nano-electro mechanical systems (“MEMS and NEMS”). Dubbed nanoTrekR, this family of devices, called serve in lithographic mask alignment in the microelectronics industry. It is based on the principle of quantum tunnelling, giving extremely precise instruments capable of billionth of a metre position and thousandth of a degree angular measurement. NanoTrekR differentiates itself from other MEMS and NEMS devices by higher precision of measurements, and by being cheaper, as a result of lower fabrication costs that employ standard semiconductor fabrication processes that allow the device to be mass-produced.
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