Quantum startup Dark Star will be holding a panel discussion on “Organizing the Quantum Ecosystem for Defense and Space” on May 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., according to a company news release.
The panel will discuss the international quantum technology ecosystem helping bring together Dark Star’s product roadmap in the Quantum Garage to solve for US Department of Defense requirements.
With a deep understanding of quantum technology and a broad scope of innovative application domains, the Dark Star team offers thought leadership as a service and a product line both within the quantum ecosystem and across the full spectrum of conventional technology infrastructure.
- US Army Colonel Joe Bookard
- Daniel Ley, D-Wave SVP Global Sales
- David Wilkinson, CEO Dark Star
- Dr. Faisal Shah Khan, Dark Star Chief Science Advisor and Chief Product Officer
Dave D’Silva, Dark Star Chair, will serve as the moderator.
Topics will include quantum sensing and its ability to deliver new and assured precision position, navigation, and timing (PNT) capabilities, quantum networks, quantum-delivered resources to help solve the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)’s hardest analytical problems and machine learning (ML) to support human biometrics, biodefense, sustainment and transportation movement/material control and air space management.
The panel will discuss the international QT eco-system helping bring together Dark Star’s product roadmap in the Quantum Garage to solve for DoD requirements.
Dark Star has gone from forming its founding team in October 2020 to a start-up with a comprehensive product roadmap that is aligned with the financial, supply-chain management, defense, and space industries in a remarkably short 7 months, according to the company, adding that it is strategically positioned to become a US defense and space partner of choice providing quantum technology solutions.
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