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We present an analysis of the entanglement generation between modes of quantum fields in non-uniformly moving cavities. In our fully relativistic model the cavities can undergo generic travel scenarios, where the cavity trajectories are composed of segments of inertial motion and uniform acceleration. We show how bipartite and genuine multipartite correlations are being generated and compare the striking differences between fermionic and bosonic particle statistics in this effect. Our results provide fundamental insights into the structure of Bogoliubov transformations and suggest strong links between quantum information, quantum fields in curved spacetimes and gravitational analogues by way of the equivalence principle. As a particular example we discuss how the teleportation protocol between two cavities containing Gaussian states of light are influenced by the motion. An experimental proposal to test this model in state of the art quantum optics laboratories is presented.
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