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October 25th, 2022
Peter Thiel, Project A, and Sanno Capital invest in German Drone Robotics Leader Quantum-Systems

Germany, Munich – Quantum-Systems GmbH, an innovative developer, designer, and manufacturer of advanced unmanned aerial systems (UAS), today announced the closing of a financing round with new investors Peter Thiel, Project A, and Sanno Capital.  

Founded in 2015, Quantum-Systems is at the forefront of UAS development. Its electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) systems boast industry-leading flight endurance, ease of operation, and reliability. Customers in the public and private sectors alike use Quantum-Systems’ versatile UAS for security, defence, humanitarian, and geospatial operations.  

This injection of capital will accelerate the company’s R&D investment into artificial intelligence, autonomy, edge computing, and robotics, bringing a sophisticated software layer to Quantum-Systems’ advanced airframes. This round of funding also allows Quantum-Systems to more aggressively pursue sales to meet growing demand across Europe for sophisticated UAS, in sectors ranging from defence, to agriculture, to mining, to construction, to energy. Customers can use Quantum’s UAS in a variety of use cases, including search and rescue operations after natural disasters, automated railway inspections after severe weather, and for aerial data intelligence on large-scale construction operations.  

About Quantum-Systems

Quantum-Systems specializes in the development, design, and production of small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS). The company’s range of electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) sUAS are built to maximize range and versatility and provide operators with a seamless user experience. By integrating cutting-edge software capabilities like edge computing and real-time AI-powered data processing, Quantum-Systems is building next-generation UAS for clients in security, defence, public safety, commercial, and geospatial operations across Europe. 

Quantum-Systems was founded in 2015 and is headquartered at Special Airport Oberpfaffenhofen, 20 km west of Munich.

For more information about Quantum-Systems, visit www.quantum-systems.com.