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Recognized Fiber Optic and Aerospace Industry Veteran Joins Sensuron Executive Team

Posted on by Vanessa McMillan

August 13, 2019 – Austin, TX – Sensuron, a global provider of distributed strain and temperature measurement solutions for the aerospace, automotive, medical, energy and civil/mining sectors, announced today that Ken Marchman, former Military and Aerospace Business Development Manager at … Read More

Four Keys to Implementing Fiber Optic Temperature Sensing

Posted on by Vanessa McMillan

Optical fiber can be installed in environments where alternative sensors cannot operate. Ryan Scurlock This article appears in Aerospace Manufacturing & Design Magazine For many industrial and commercial processes, temperature monitoring ensures operational safety and efficacy. Conventional electric temperature sensors … Read More

Sensuron enables real-time structural health monitoring onboard NASA’s X-56 UAV

Posted on by Vanessa McMillan

This article appears in Aerospace & Defense Technology Magazine. In contrast to the stiff, rigid wings found on most commercial aircraft, flexible wing technology is considered essential to next generation, fuel efficient aircraft. However, flexible wings are susceptible to “flutter,” … Read More

Sensuron Expands Product Offering – Now Official US Distributor of Technobis Fiber Optic Interrogator Systems

Posted on by Vanessa McMillan

Partnership with Technobis offers fast and affordable, miniature measurement solutions based on integrated photonics for high performance market segments such as aerospace, medical, energy, mobility, high-tech systems, and automotive testing industries. March 25, 2019 – Austin, TX – Sensuron, a … 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