Researchers have succeeded in detecting a tunnel under one meter of the Earth. Using a quantum gravity gradiometer. A technology that for the first time has shown itself to be capable of breaking out of the laboratory and into contact with ground reality.
A quantum gravity gradiometer. funny words. For a strange machine. A gradiometer is an instrument intended to measure the gradient of a quantity in space., A gravity gradiometer therefore measures the variation in gravity. And in the case of Quantum Gravity Gradometer, the measurement is done using the principles of , thanks for one which measures the change in gravity when a Of serious.
Vibration, bending of instruments and disturbances caused byAnd outdoor temperatures have long confined the technology in the laboratory. but today, (United Kingdom) announced that they have managed to reduce these various noises and have found a practical application for quantum gravity gradiometers. With its help, they measured and detected a tunnel buried one meter below the surface. ,
Multiple applications in different fields
The researchers predict that their quantum gravity gradiometer will make future surveys cheaper and ten times faster than conventional sensors. All with increased accuracy and reliability.
The envisaged applications are numerous. For example defense and security applications. Since such measuresIt can make it possible for the wise to appear and thus, to move forward calmly, even in difficult environments.
The Quantum Gravity Gradometer could also revolutionize the way we design, build and maintain our homes and infrastructure. This could help identify natural resources – or structures hidden underground – or even improve the prediction of events such as,
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