"Our approach has always been that when fiber-optic sensing is used, it's usually one of many other solutions," Mark Uncapher, the director of the Fiber Optic Sensing Association, told INSIDER. "It would do no good to know that an intrusion is going on if you don't have the capacity to do a timely response....clearly being able to know that in realtime something unexpected is happening within five meters of a particular location is very helpful to be able to have some kind of response."
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