Fiber optic sensors offer several unique advantages over conventional electrical based sensors. These advantages include immunity to electromagnetic interference, being extremely lightweight and small, embeddability, and excellent fatigue life. The most significant advantage of the Sensuron technology is the ability to acquire spatially continuous information along the entire length of an optical fiber with only a single lead cable. Single point measurement devices, such as a strain gauge, only capture information at a discrete point while requiring multiple lead cables and hours to perform an installation. A single fiber spanning upwards of 10 m, in contrast, can act akin to thousands of strain gauges or thermocouples installed adjacent to one another without the cumbersome associated wire bundles. For these reasons, fiber optic sensors are employed in wide variety of industries including civil, mechanical, aerospace, medical, energy, and automotive.