Webinar: 5 Ways Fiber Optic Sensing is Better for Acquiring Critical Data

5 Ways Fiber Optic Sensing is Better for Acquiring Critical Data
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5 Ways Fiber Optic Sensing is Better for Acquiring Critical Data
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Thursday, September 26, 2019

3:00 PM EDT / 12:00 PM PDT
What to Expect

Fiber optic sensing solutions provide new measurement capabilities that provide more real-world measurement data and overcome many limitations of data acquisition systems that use traditional electrical sensors. Webinar attendees will learn how fiber optic sensing systems work and how they are solving a wide range of testing and monitoring applications. Learn more.

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Luna Innovations
  • Learn how fiber optic sensing can solve some of the most difficult measurement challenges and deliver more data and better insight
  • Understand how Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) and Rayleigh Backscatter sensors work and how they address unique application requirements
  • Find out how fiber optic sensors can be used to deliver strain and temperature profiles with sub-millimeter spatial resolution
  • Understand why fiber optic sensors are a critical tool in the engineering of advanced materials, battery technologies and new manufacturing processes.
David Potter,
Director of Marketing,
Luna Innovations
About Luna Innovations
Luna Innovations is a leader in optical technology, providing unique capabilities in high-performance fiber optic-based sensing, which measures strain, temperature, acceleration and other parameters in materials, components, structures and processes. Fiber optic-based sensing delivers distributed sensing and high-precision gauging not available using conventional measurement technologies, enabling advanced analytics and monitoring.

Luna’s ODiSI 6000 Platform enables continuous, high definition fiber optic strain and temperature sensing for quasistatic, medium-sized structures and process control. Luna’s Micron Optics HYPERION Optical Sensing Instruments provide high-speed, point fiber optic strain, temperature and vibration sensors for medium to large structures and process control.
 
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