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Developing chip-scale quantum sensors for next-generation GPS capabilities in position, navigation, and timing.


Wale Lawal

Harvard Business School, Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Sristy Agrawal

About MesaQuantum


2024 Spring


Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard Business School


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GPS stands as one of the most remarkable innovations of our era, transcending its use case as a navigation tool to become the global reference for time. Utilizing GPS for position, navigation, and timing synchronization in crucial systems such as data centers, the energy grid, and consumer electronics has become indispensable to our economy.

However, as our dependence on GPS grows, geopolitical tensions and the rise of new technologies like autonomous systems are exposing its limitations. Governments worldwide are now seeking alternative solutions.

Enter MesaQuantum. We're developing next-generation quantum sensors starting with chip-scale atomic clocks that aim to reduce our critical reliance on GPS, while ensuring we have GPS capabilities all the time, everywhere.

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