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Alex Tongue, Applications Engineer

Alex serves customers as an optical sensing R&D and applications engineer. He supports end users and their business goals by advising and helping customers solve application-specific problems to capitalize on the full potential of Sensuron’s technology. In addition, he is also a principal contributor to the internal research, development, and testing of optical components, processing algorithms, and optical fiber. Prior to joining the team in Austin, Alex spent three months working alongside some of the original developers of Sensuron’s FOS technology at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center. He has also been involved in several other NASA flight research projects. Alex received his Bachelor’s of Science in aerospace engineering and his Master’s of Science in engineering mechanics from The University of Texas in Austin. He enjoys jazz saxophone, running, biking, sailing, and brewing.

Structural Health Monitoring Opportunities

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

Look Inside Fiber Optic Sensing

01/27/2016 By Alex Tongue, Optical Sensing R&D and Application Engineer, Sensuron New technologies can often be intimidating to implement for a number of reasons, but one of the most common hurdles is a lack of understanding how the technology works or how … Read More

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