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Use cases

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Transport optimisation

Computational challenges from the transport and logistics sector include combinatorial optimisation problems such as scheduling, vehicle routing and rostering. Problems of this kind are hard to solve using classical compute.

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Logistics and manufacturing

By utilising quantum computing, sectors such as logistics and manufacturing are expected to see benefits across various use cases: from optimised maritime routing to better disruption management and process optimisation.

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Materials research

Quantum Computing is a promising technology to transform simulations in materials science and computational chemistry. It is predicted to enable a more efficient way to simulate the properties of materials and molecules.

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Security & encryption

Factorisation powered by quantum will be key to maintaining security of vehicles in a post-quantum encryption world: particularly with the use of new vehicle technologies such as vehicle-to-infrastructure and communications.

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