Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing (DFOS) Systems

Sensuron has become the trusted source for structural health monitoring solutions used to protect the most critical infrastructure.

Harness the Power of Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing with Sensuron

Sensuron’s groundbreaking Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing (DFOS) systems empower engineers with rugged and easy-to-use tools for structural testing, design optimization, structural health monitoring, thermal mapping, and 2D shape sensing tools.

Unlike point-based sensors which only capture data at discrete points, our DFOS systems transform a single fiber into thousands of virtual sensors, providing continuous and detailed data on strain, temperature, and more.

RTS125 DFOS System by Sensuron

Industries Using Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing (DFOS) Systems


Fiber Optic Shape Sensing Technology in Medical Applications

Meticulous precision in minimally invasive medical instruments


Fiber Optic Sensor in Aerospace Applications

Test, monitor, and analyze aerospace innovations for enhanced safety


Fiber Optic Sensors in Energy Applications

Real-time detection and monitoring to improve performance and efficiency


Landrover Over Desert Sensuron BG

Test, monitor, and validate automotive designs to face new design challenges


Fiber Optic Sensing in Civil Engineering and Mining Applications

Conduct design validation and ongoing structural monitoring

Unlike strain gauges and thermocouples, which only capture data at a discrete point, Sensuron’s interrogators monitor strain and temperature distributions by transforming an optical fiber into a spatially continuous sensor that performs like thousands of strain gauges or thermocouples installed adjacent to one another.

This allows our customers to capture significantly more data than traditional sensors, with less instrumentation – saving them measurable time and labor costs.

Learn more about Sensuron – Distributed Optical Sensor Systems

Distributed Optical Fiber Sensing (DFOS): Application Spotlight

Structural Health Monitoring

Continuous real-time monitoring of critical structures

Structural Design Optimization

Perform comprehensive model validation at thousands of points

Thermal Mapping Technology

Thermally map areas of interest with spatial resolution as low as 1.6mm

3D Shape Sensing

Visually monitor the continuous position of the sensor

Who We've Helped

Sensuron has a legacy in innovation. Formerly 4DSP’s fiber optic sensing division, we have over ten years of experience working directly and collaborating closely with NASA.

We continue supporting innovative companies and organizations across industries to solve problems ranging from aircraft structural integrity to surgical tool positioning.

Brands we work with include:

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"Sensuron's RTS125+ is a fabulous tool that we use to calculate our industrial partner’s large aeronautical structure deformed shapes and perform applied research in health monitoring. In addition to the high number of robust and accurate distributed strain measurements that the fibers allow us to acquire, Sensuron’s support team has always been very fast and efficient."
Thierry Klotz, PhD,
Aviation Systems Development and Integration Sector Lead, Centre Technologique en Aerospatiale (CTA), Canada
"I have been using Sensuron products since 2014 and am extremely satisfied with their service as well as the superior performance of their products."
Research Petrophysicist
Shell International
"Sensuron’s cutting-edge distributed sensing technology pushes the envelope for accuracy in solving real-world problems that, in some instances, is unachievable by any other technology."
"A single fiber allows us to replace thousands of strain gauges, saving us significant man-hours of effort on a single project and providing us with new insight we would not have gotten by using legacy sensing technology."
Thom Rollins
Northrop Grumman
“Sensuron’s high precision equipment and skilled application engineers were vital in supporting our research on water pipe infrastructure. The distributed strain sensing probe provided continuous readings, allowing us to develop models to characterize failure modes in distressed pipe. We’ve found no better alternative than the RTS125+.”
Martin Korz
PICA - Pipeline Inspection and Condition Analysis, Edmonton, AB Canada
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