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“We’re excited to welcome globally recognized scientists, leading technology developers in fiber optic sensing, and our valued FOSA members to the historic city of Graz, Austria,” said FOSA member and meeting host Dr. Werner Lienhart.  The event, themed “Fiber Optic Sensing Development, Commerce and the Greater Good” brings technology and industry leaders together for a visionary exchange including technology presentations, networking plus fiber optic sensing-focused laboratory and field tours in and around Graz, Austria, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

SAMM Teknoloji was recognized as runner-up for its collaboration with the Istanbul Municipality Gas Distribution Industry and Trade Joint Stock Company invoking distributed fiber optic sensing technology on an “Earthquake Early Warning System”

Hifi discusses partnering with Trans Mountain to complete the world’s longest fibre optic sensing deployment on a liquids pipeline

VIAVI Solutions was recognized as runner-up for its innovative approach invoking Brillouin frequency shift and the Landau-Paczek ratio

Hifi recognized as the winner for its innovation and proof-of-concept combining Chevron Lay Flat Frac Line Monitoring

FOSA announces the winner and runner-up of its annual nnovation Award – Hifi and VIAVI Solutions

FOSA Project Award: Joint winners Luna Innovations (OptaSense) and Dura-Line for 2-year Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) project including canyon routes from Salt Lake City, Utah, to popular tourist destinations for the state, including the ski resorts of Alta and Park City.

Dura-Line honored to be selected as joint winner of FOSA of the Year Award

FOSA announces the runner-up and winner of its annual FOSA Project Awards – SAMM Teknoloji for its Earthquake Early Warning System, and a collaboration between Dura-Line and LUNA for Using Fiber for Situational Awareness Along Roadways

AP Sensing has been recognized as one of the top employers in Germany by FOCUS Business Magazine

machine that digs trenches at 100 feet a minute, five times as fast as a normal machine

FOSA announced the election of four board members, as well as its officer slate for 2024, at the organization’s Annual Meeting in December