Commercial activity in optical fiber sensors

  • Z. Y. Zhang
  • K. T. V. Grattan
Part of the Optoelectronics, Imaging and Sensing Series book series (OISS, volume 3)


In a dynamic field such as that of optical fiber sensing (OFS) and measurement, it is particularly important for the researcher, instrumentation developer, manufacturer, supplier and end user to be fully aware of the existence of, and potential for the use of, the rapidly developing technology that is available. It is effectively impossible to attend all the relevant meetings, conferences, trade shows and exhibitions, and at the same time conduct normal business, and synopses of data and developments are particularly useful. Thus their essential value is seen as providing a summary of the information required on developments and trends, and presenting the data in an accessible and quickly digestible form.


Fibre Bragg Grating Optical Fiber Sense Patent Activity Fiber Optic Gyro Product Survey 
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  • Z. Y. Zhang
  • K. T. V. Grattan

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