A view from under a bridge. Two cars visible in the distance. The curb on the right side is painted in black and white stripes.



Fiber Bragg grating sensors offer several advantages in the infrastructure industry. One of the primary benefits of our sensors is their ability to measure multiple strain and temperature gradients over long distances in structures such as bridges, dams, and buildings. This allows for real-time monitoring of load behavior and structural health of these facilities, which can help to prevent catastrophic failures and optimize maintenance schedules.

Key advantages

Structural Health Monitoring

Fiberoptic sensors are a game-changing technology for monitoring the structural health of bridges. They offer precise, reliable, and real-time sensing of physical parameters such as strain, deformation, and vibration, helping engineers identify potential issues early on. Our FBG sensors are also durable and can withstand harsh environments, making them ideal for long-term monitoring tasks.

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Smart Buildings

Integrating fiberoptic sensors into buildings offers a wide range of benefits, from enhancing safety and security to improving energy efficiency and reducing maintenance costs. Our sensors can monitor critical parameters such as strain, deformation, temperature, and vibration, providing real-time data and early warning alerts in the event of abnormalities or faults over the entire lifetime of the building. In addition to serving as an artificial nervous system for the building’s structural integrity and fire detection, long fiberoptic cables can offer a cost-effective solution for controlling the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning of larger spaces.

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