Exploring LIDAR, Part I
In this first of a two-part blog series, we take a closer look at LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) technology and its broad-reaching applications that impact many of our daily activities.
Luna Reflectometers - An Indispensable Tool for PDV System Diagnostics
Luna’s optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) technology has facilitated PDV system development since the early days of PDV. The OBR 4600’s high spatial resolution reflectivity measurement and ability to characterize a complete optical path in one scan make it extremely useful as a diagnostic tool for PDV systems.
Benefits of Fiber Optic Sensing Versus Electrical Gages
Why do customers choose FOS over electrical gages? In this post we unpack why fiber optic sensing has overtaken electrical sensors. While electrical sensors have been the industry standard for over 80 years, they have limitations that make them a sub-optimal choice for many applications in which fiber optic sensors excel.
Luna’s Lossless Optical Polarization and Phase Control Technologies: Empowering the Revolutionary Quantum Computing Market
Photonics quantum computing leverages the unique properties of photons and particles of light to encode and process information. To empower this new Quantum revolution, Luna offers a complete line of Photonics Modules for Quantum Applications.
Journal Article from Virginia Tech and Luna Featured on the Cover of Corrosion and Materials Degradation
Enhancing Safety with Battery Monitoring: The Power of Distributed Temperature Sensing - Part 2
Enhancing Safety with Battery Monitoring: The Power of Distributed Temperature Sensing - Part 1
The OBR 6200: Rugged, Portable Reflectometer for the Aerospace and Military Industries
Screen and locate faulty events in short fiber optic networks with sub-mm resolution – an innovative solution to a very complex and labor-intensive testing process.
Enhancing Bridge Safety: High-Definition Fiber Optic Strain Sensing for Early Crack Detection
Enabling Electrified Aircraft With Fiber
Protecting the Planet Through Fiber Optic Monitoring of Captured CO2
The growing threat of global climate change and adoption of “Net Zero” initiatives has forced countries to find alternatives to emitting CO2 in the atmosphere. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is the only industrial large-scale solution currently available across multiple industries.