In the News

In the News

2016

October 2016: Congresswoman Visits QFS to Learn about DoD Work

US Representative Susan Davis came to visit QFS to see a technical demonstration and learn about some of our work. Rep. Davis sits on the House Armed Services Committee and was interested to see how QFS is contributing to the Department of Defense. The picture shows Rep. Davis with QFS CEO Dr. Yongming Zhang in our lobby.

July 2016: Congressman visits QFS and offers support

As part of his outreach to successful high tech companies in his district, Congressman Scott Peters came to QFS to learn a little about our work and offer an expression of support. This image shows Rep. Peters with QFS CEO Dr. Yongming Zhang. More images can be seen on Rep. Peters Facebook page.

April 2016: QFS Presents at ILDC

QFS presents three papers at the International Lightning Detection Conference (ILDC) held in our home city of San Diego, CA. Please check out "On the Value of Using a 3-axis EB Vector Sensor for Lightning Geolocation", "Small UAV Airborne Electric Field Measurements," and "On the Spatial Structure of Electric Fields Generated by Clouds with Simple Charge Structures" here.

February 2016: QFS tests blast detection technology
QFS conducts a successful test of its blast detection technology. Under DARPA funding, QFS is researching its sensors' potential to detect the initial blast of an explosion to provide a trigger for deploying mitigations for the more damaging pressure wave that follows.

2015

December 2015: QFS tests gunshot detection technology
QFS performs a successful demonstration of its gunshot detection technology for the project sponsor at a San Diego firing range. Read about the system here.

October 2015: QFS demos Airborne Direction Finding and Geolocation technology
QFS conducts a successful demo of its HF band (2 MHz – 30 MHz) Airborne Direction Finding and Geolocation technology, achieving real-time geolocation of Push-to-Talk radios from an airborne platform. Read about the technology here.