Department of Business Development and Technology

Diego Pacheco

Survey of Promising Technologies for Quantum Drones and Networks

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  • Adarsh Kumar, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies
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  • Surbhi Bhatia, King Faisal University
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  • Keshav Kaushik, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies
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  • S. Manjula Gandhi, Coimbatore Institute of Technology
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  • S. Gayathri Devi, Coimbatore Institute of Technology
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  • Diego Pacheco
  • Arwa Masha, King Abdulaziz University
Due to recent advancements in quantum drones, the Internet of Quantum Drones (IoQDs), and Drone-to-Satellite connectivity, several advantages have been anticipated for real-time applications. This work examines quantum computing issues, including quantum data processing, techniques, circuits, and algorithms important for quantum drones or their networks. Here, we discussed the current research trends on quantum computing, quantum-safe computing, or post-quantum cryptography important to quantum networks, followed by the numerous advantages, limitations, future advancements, and research issues
connected with quantum technologies, drones, and their network. This work has also prepared a taxonomy of quantum-related areas depending upon the logic of their learning, followed by a review of each of these areas. We review the most recent work over quantum algorithms used in various-quantum-related areas
and networks, the role of quantum satellites for drone-based networks and communications, how quantum artificial intelligence and quantum machine learning are important for quantum drones, networks and futuristic applications, quantum attacks, quantum genetic algorithms, and the importance of post-quantum and quantum-safe cryptography. The challenges and research directions in these domains are explored as well. Lastly, this work presents an overview of the current state of knowledge in various promising technologies that are recently found to be important for quantum drones and networks.
Original languageEnglish
JournalIEEE Access
Volume9
Pages (from-to)125868-125911
Number of pages44
ISSN2169-3536
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2021

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    Research areas

  • Constellation of drones, post-quantum cryptography, quantum algorithms, quantum architecture, quantum cryptography, quantum drones, satellites

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