As a consequence of Quantum Precision Instruments Asia Private Limited being recipient of the 2009 Frost & Sullivan South East Asia Industrial Technologies Award for Technology Innovation in Integrated Nano-Sensing Technologies the company featured in several on-line bulletins, such as "Nanowerk".

Quantum-π sensing NEMS technology was reported as a perfect candidate for interactive immersive gaming by "The Inquirer".

The story was shortly after picked-up by other on-line publications "dcemu" and "engadget".

Quantum-π has for a long time been advocating the concept of pervasive wireless sensor networks of a global span, we've even coined a tag line: "sensors everywhere". This idea has been embraced seriously by the strong player: Hewlett-Packard. The HP project called Cense, or Central Nervous System for the Earth, aims to seed the planet with 1 million sensors. Is there place for Quantum-π sensors and technology in this future? Yes!

Quantum-π has been referenced and profiled in the report from BCC Research, entitled "Nanorobotics". "Nanorobotics" is a comprehensive new BCC Research report, covering the global market for nanorobotics and NEMS, materials, equipment, trends, technology, forecasts, patents and company profiles and detailed background information.

Dr M. Michalewicz was interviewed in relation to NanoSymposium 2007 and the transfer of The National Metrology Centre from SPRING Singapore to the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) on 1 January 2008. Excerpts on Quantum-π involvement in the new Centre are featured in Metrology and Standardisation to Support Singapore's Nanotechnology Sector .

Quantum-π was featured in popular Singaporean daily "TODAY" on October 26th, 2006

At the 2006 Global Entropolis Mega-Conference in Singapore, Economic Development Board of Singapore has singled out Quantum-Pi as one of three Nanotechnology companies recently migrated to Singapore. A short feature appeared in "The Business Times" on November 2nd, 2006.


Quantum-π was featured as one of only a handful Australian nanotechnology companies in an Ernst & Young report commissioned by the Commonwealth of Australia AusIndustry entitled '"Smaller, Cleaner, Cheaper, Faster, Smarter" Nanotechnology Applications and Opportunities for Australian Industry', Commonwealth of Australia, 2004.

Marek Michalewicz was interviewed for an internet based Australian electronics/hi-tech/internet publication AustraliaInternet. Consequently two features appeared on the internet e-zine: "Nano Start-up Senses Greener Pastures" (11/11/2002), and "QPI: Quantum Devices Made to Measure" (14/11/2002).

Quantum-π profile was featured at Tech$potter web site.
One of the reviewers noted: "This is one of the best presentations I have seen in years. Bravo."

Asia Pacific Nanotechnology Forum (APNF) Journal Vol.2, No.1, January 2003 contains a short article "Dynamic Measurements at Quantum Precision Instruments".

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