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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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Due to their high accuracy, small size, resistance and fast acquisition, NOVA sensors monitor critical deformations and the dynamic behavior of composite materials.
Solutions, Revolution of structural monitoring and environmental detection systems

Solutions, Revolution of structural monitoring and environmental detection systems

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Solutions Through its sub-divisions, NOVA SCIENTIA vertically takes care of every aspect related to complex sensing projects
NOVA shape sensing

NOVA shape sensing

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This special sensing technique has immense potential in term of variety of applications and it is a game changer in the field of real time structures monitoring. NOVA-Shape Sensing allows the curvature, and therefore the shape, of the structure to which is attached, to be followed through space and permits the determination of displacements [...]
Introduction, Technology based on fiber optic sensor applications

Introduction, Technology based on fiber optic sensor applications

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Introduction The most complete and accurate knowledge of structures and environments will push engineering to a new level of optimization. ...   Light propagating through an optical fibre is affected by the surrounding environment By measuring specific light parameters, one can reconstruct what happened to the fibre One can infer with extremely high accuracy the [...]
Andrew Ogden

Andrew Ogden

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With a keen interest in structural health monitoring, he now works in Nova Scientia’s Tech Division, developing our revolutionary optical interrogator systems.
Smart Mechanical Components

Smart Mechanical Components

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Smart Mechanical Components NOVA Multi-D sensing elements applied to strategic assembly components ( bolts, bearings, axials, bonded joints, etc.) give the possibility to monitor in real-time: Pre-load and self loosening Temperature and heat flux Vibration Through the real-time output of the system status, this approach presents many advantages: Augmented safety Increased [...]
Fiber segment interferometry for dynamic strain measurements

Fiber segment interferometry for dynamic strain measurements

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Targeted at dynamic strain analysis and ultrasound detection for structural health monitoring, this approach allows integrated strain measurements along fiber segments, removing the sensing gaps and sensitivity to inhomogeneities found with localized fiber sensors.
Differences between NOVA technology and FBG technology

Differences between NOVA technology and FBG technology

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Differences between NOVA technology and FBG technology 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. ... The advantages of long-gauge length sensors for structural [...]
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