fibrisTerre provides structural health monitoring solutions. Combining its pioneering Brillouin Optical Frequency Domain Analysis (BOFDA) based distributed fiber-optic sensing technology and industry know-how, fibrisTerre integrates modern, efficient and reliable distributed monitoring systems into critical engineering structures.
Developed with the support of the German Federal Institute for Materials Research (BAM), fibrisTerre pioneered the BOFDA technology that is capable of performing simultaneous distributed strain and temperature monitoring over long distance.
fibrisTerre aims to answer the current industry demands for truly distributed and economically viable monitoring solutions for the civil, geotechnical and energy sector.
Using its state of the art BOFDA technology, fibrisTerre endeavors to help its customers accurately detect potential structural problems at an early stage thereby avoiding catastrophic failures. Continuously performing strain and temperature readings at all points along its long distance cables, fibrisTerre’s systems leave no critical spots unattended.
Dr.-Ing. Nils Nöther
born in Berlin, Germany — long-time experience in distributed sensing technologies and structural health monitoring
Dr.-Ing. Stefan von der Mark
born in Munich, Germany — expertise in digital hardware development and high-level software engineering
Dr.-Ing. Marko Krcmar
born in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina — microwave circuit design and high-speed optical communications expert
Dipl.-Inf. Andrea Carradori
born in Bergamo, Italy — experienced software engineer with expertise in embedded systems
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