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The Continued Symbiosis of Computer Modeling and Physical Testing

Posted on by Lucas Peace

  12/07/2016, Michael Heflin, CEO, Sensuron   This article originally appeared in Machine Design. “Do you know what the secret of life is?” Curly asks from atop his horse, cigarette bouncing in his mouth with each syllable. “This.” He holds … Read More

Distributed Measurements Unlock the Future of Design

Posted on by Lucas Peace

10/18/2016, Alex Tongue, Applications Engineer, Sensuron This article originally appeared on EDN.  The next generations of materials and design will require sensing technologies that can monitor beyond the scope of point sensors such as thermocouples and strain gauges. New sensing … Read More

Fiber Optic Multi-Sensing Platforms

Posted on by Michael Heflin

Aerospace and Defense Technology, October 2016, Michael Heflin, CEO, Sensuron Eventually, technology advances to the point where solutions that have been “good enough” for decades are no longer “good enough” for the innovations of today. The philosophy of “good enough” is … Read More

The Nervous System of the IoT

Posted on by Lucas Peace

In the human body, the nervous system collects continuous streams of sensory data and transmits the information to the brain to be processed. It helps coordinate actions throughout the body, efficiently collecting data about the environment and simultaneously driving actions. … Read More

Current Challenges for Structural Health Monitoring Systems

Posted on by Alex Tongue

Organizations that deploy structural health monitoring (SHM) systems can take advantage of two main benefits: they can reduce maintenance costs by only conducting maintenance when it is needed, and can increase the lifetime of structures by detecting damage early for … Read More

Structural Health Monitoring Opportunities

Posted on by Alex Tongue

Structural health monitoring (SHM) has slightly different definitions depending on who is asked, but the most comprehensive says that SHM is the process of implementing a damage detection and characterization strategy for structures.  This includes sensors to collect structural data, … Read More

Distributed Strain and Temperature Measurement with Fiber Optic Sensors

Posted on by Alex Tongue

For decades, point sensing solutions like strain gauges and thermocouples have been good enough for most applications of strain and temperature measurement, however, the mindset of ‘good enough’ often blocks innovation. New, robust sensing technologies that can monitor beyond the … Read More

Sensuron and NASA Honored for Fiber Optic Sensing Technology and Applications

Posted on by Michael Heflin

Engineering Excellence Awards It was a clean sweep of the 2016 Sensors Expo Engineering Excellence Awards for Sensuron’s team and their work on fiber optic sensing technology. The Engineers of the Year Award is intended to recognize engineering teams working … Read More

Sensors Magazine Names 2016 “Best of Sensors Expo” Award Winners

Posted on by Lucas Peace

16 Companies Recognized for Their Industry-Leading Innovation at the 31st Annual Sensors Expo & Conference NEWTON, MA–(Marketwired – Jun 23, 2016) – Sensors Expo & Conference (#Sensors16), the nation’s leading event focusing exclusively on sensors and sensor-integrated systems, in conjunction … Read More

Lightweighting Design Challenges and Fiber Optic Sensing

Posted on by Alex Tongue

Lightweighting Design Challenges Lightweighting a vehicle is the process of developing and implementing new materials and optimizing a design to have less weight.  Ultimately, the goal of lightweighting is to decrease the weight of the vehicle in order to reduce … Read More