At this Lunch and Learn with Cleveland Electric Labs, you’ll learn how you can use your existing fiber infrastructure with new fiber optic sensing technology to enable passive monitoring of structures and secure environments. A variety of passive sensors can allow you to monitor structural integrity, temperature and strain conditions, and provide security warning alerts relative to unwanted intrusions and unlawful access to secure environments.
The ability to multiplex many sensors onto a single fiber channel makes such a system extremely efficient and cost effective while providing real-time information about the state of the environment being monitored. There are also devices that protect fiber optic infrastructure cabling from being destroyed by impact to enclosures or transition areas.
Tuesday, February 26 | 11:30AM-1PM
SOL Mexican Cocina
15323 N. Scottsdale Road | Scottsdale, AZ 85254
(Located in Scottsdale Quarter)
AZTC MEMBERS FREE | Non-Members $15
Lunch is included. REGISTER TODAY!
Who Should Attend:
Traffic and transportation system engineers and designers, security consultants and contractors, system integrators and distributors of fiber optic sensing products.
About the Sponsor:
Cleveland Electric Labs is a 99-year-old sensor manufacturing company heavily involved in the development and deployment of fiber optic sensing products and systems, along with our turbine engine mechanical instrumentation and industrial thermocouple manufacturing.
About the Presenter:
Rodger Shepherd is VP of Advanced Technologies at Cleveland Electric Labs. He oversees several key areas including Test Cell Instrumentation, Thermocouple Manufacturing, Strain Gage Installation, Ground Support Equipment and Tooling, Turbine Engine Component Instrumentation and Fiber Optic Sensing Technology. He also oversees research and new product development for industry and security applications.