Jordan sweats the small stuff.
Like quantum physics.
QRA’s co-founder and CEO Jordan Kyriakidis and his team build software that analyzes the designs of some of the most complex engineering systems in the world – think jet planes, self-driving cars, power plants.
With a $2-million backing from Lockheed Martin for R&D, Jordan established QRA to turn the work done in his lab into tools that can detect design flaws before a machine is built.
Lockheed has been using QRA’s flagship product QVtrace for almost two years, and Jordan and his team have been busy building a stable of new customers around the world. They’ve also developed a second product that lets engineers improve the technical requirements they include in documents they write for new systems.
QRA has doubled in size each year since launching and is poised for even more growth – the world’s top 10 aerospace and defence companies spend nearly $90 billion a year on testing their systems.
Equity investment from Innovacorp is helping Jordan weed out the flaws in systems that affect humankind. We’re happy to help Jordan keep moving forward – bit by bit.