Meet fibrisTerre at the EAGE/ DGG workshop in Potsdam
Join EAGE and DGG in Potsdam!
In recent years, fibre optic sensing technologies have become more and more important in geoscientific applications. Not only point sensors, but also distributed sensors are gaining an increased attention. New development of point sensors using fibre-optic technologies like SWIFTS technology or other high performance laser sources allow measurement of physical characteristics with increased accuracy and at cheaper cost, e.g., temperature, pressure, strain or chemical concentration.
The aim of the workshop is to bring and invite contributions from academics, researchers, industry experts and research funding agencies to discuss geoscientific research fields where fibre-optic technologies are involved and could be used.
fibrisTerre will be present with a company booth and a workshop presentation titled
“Distributed Fibre-optic Strain Measurements in Geotechnical Applications – Capabilities and Challenges of Brillouin Sensing”.
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