NOVA SCIENTIA technology introduces a new physics in the optical fibre field that improves all the main characteristics of what is available today with FBG's technology: accuracy, data rate speed, monitoring possibilities and costs.
NOVA Tech goes beyond the limits of FBG technology
Today Optical-fiber sensors based on fibre Bragg gratings (FBG's) is the most used and developed way of using the light reflected in an optical fibre as a sensor. FBG's rovide remote measurements of temperature, strain, and the derivative information. FBG's find many industrial applications in civil engineering, aeronautics, train transportation, space, naval, bio-medics, green energy and electrical engineering. FBG sensors properly positioned on a component give information about strain, temperature, and all the derivative properties, in a non intrusive way.
NOVA technology is directly compared to FBG's in what are the main characteristics that made the Fibre Optic Bragg Grating sensors very attractive in so many industries.
The direct compare is between NOVA technology and Wavelength Division Multiplexing single point FBG sensor technology that at today is the most used FBG's technique.