Analytics tools can be used for assessment of market trends before an investment is made in a new technology, patent or asset portfolio. Analytics tools are also used to better understand risks connected to ownership or development of technology portfolios.

Another area where analytics tools can play a pivotal role is in better planning for government funding programs for science and technology. For analytics tools to work properly, it is necessary with industry-quality ontologies for precise information retrieval and understanding of complex data within a specific technical domain.

NQCG help governments, research and financial institutions in analysing worldwide emerging trends in nanotechnology and quantum technologies:

  • Investors trying to understand what direction nanotechnology is heading
  • Research institutes and businesses in search of the latest trends
  • Governments in need of information about the nanotechnological emergence and its implications for humans, environment and economy

Please contact us for information about how we can help your organisation leverage through use of analytics tools for the rapidly emerging and changing nanotechnology and quantum technologies market place.

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NQCG's primary research interest is the realization of quantum simulators capable of complex computations in the fields of nanoscience and continuum mechanics.

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NQCG is developing an open semantic e-infrastructure system and international collaborative environment for open-source research, standardization and innovation in future and emerging convergent technologies and the integration of state-of-the-art techniques of ontology design.