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About Us, Structural and environmental monitoring

About Us, Structural and environmental monitoring

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About Us Optical fiber sensing is triggering a new era of structural and environmental monitoring.... Thanks to its fully patented technology based on Fiber Segment Interferometry (FSI), NOVA SCIENTIA represents a step forward for all engineering systems aiming to optimized efficiency via enhanced control, shape [...]
Aerospace, Fiber optic monitoring technology

Aerospace, Fiber optic monitoring technology

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Aerospace NOVA shape sensors continuously monitors deformation in 3 dimensions. This technique can be applied to airplane wings, helicopter blades and in general to all aeroelastic structures. Reduced complexity in FEA/FEM simulations, no need for complex stiffness correlation methods with ambiguous outputs due to the undefined input loads.
Ben Hunter

Ben Hunter

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Ben Hunter Chief Operations Officer Ben has spent the last 11 years working in the fibre optic sensing industry. He started out at an SME installing health monitoring systems in wind turbines before going on to gain experience in multiple roles including Business Development, Operations, and offshore field deployments. When the SME was acquired by a [...]
Electric Mobility, Fiber optic monitoring technology

Electric Mobility, Fiber optic monitoring technology

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Electric Mobility Optical sensor are at the base of accurate battery monitoring systems.
High-Tech Composites, Fiber optic monitoring technology

High-Tech Composites, Fiber optic monitoring technology

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High-Tech Composites NOVA FSI sensors can be surface-bonded or embedded into composite materials. Due to their high accuracy, small size, resistance and fast acquisition, NOVA sensors monitor critical deformations and the dynamic behavior of composite materials. During design and qualification of parts, NOVA sensors drive iterative optimizations and indicate the direction for required fine [...]
PCU - FSI Interrogator

PCU - FSI Interrogator

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PCU - FSI Interrogator Key Features 205 kHz Sampling Frequency 20 nε Resolution 80 Sensing Segments 10 mm - 20 m Spatial Resolution The Photonic Control Unit (PCU) GEN I is the first commercial interrogator for dynamic measurement of FSI sensors (Fiber Segment Interferometry). This interferometric instrument offers high resolution or deformation and [...]
Introduction, Technology based on fiber optic sensor applications

Introduction, Technology based on fiber optic sensor applications

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In this perspective, optical fibre sensing represents the best performing solution to acquire precise data in challenging environments. ... NOVA technology is based on Fibre Segment Interferometry (FSI) Partially reflecting elements are integrated into the sensing fibres. ... Fibre Bragg Grating technology (FBG) represents the most common technology for [...]
Strain sensor

Strain sensor

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Andrea Mannarino - Director of Data Science Welcome to Nova Scientia, I’m Andrea and today I’ll demonstrate you our strain sensing technology. ... At the bottom, you can actually see the time series of the elongation and as you can see, the system responds in real time to the perturbations that I’m applying to the specimen. Test We will now [...]
Differences between NOVA technology and FBG technology

Differences between NOVA technology and FBG technology

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The system is capable of detecting the difference in length of each of the segment from the cleaved end, that act as a reference point. ... Temperature sensing accuracy is 0.005 degC. ... Temperature sensing accuracy is 0.1 degC. ... The bonding process quality (shear,thickness, porosity ) is a key factor. continuos discrete Integrate the [...]
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