Making technology work

Mayhew-Smith, Alex
October 2003
Electronics Weekly;10/15/2003, Issue 2119, p38
Trade Publication
QinetiQ PLC is the largest science and technology organization in Europe. It has a long list of technology breakthroughs to its credit, including liquid crystals, infra-red detector materials, ion-thruster technology, speech recognition, holographic imaging, thermal sensors and lightweight military tanks. QinetiQ is organized into four technology divisions and eight market channels. QinetiQ also uses its technology in licensing agreements. It recently licensed its portable fuel cell technology to Hampshire manufacturer Voller Energy. INSET: The Carlyle Group.


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