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Conduit Pathway Advantages Relative to Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS)

Read Dura-Line's newest white paper, "Conduit Pathway Advantages Relative to Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS)," based on research that concludes the commercial viability of DAS in conduit. The fiber optic sensing (FOS) industry can enjoy the same robust conduit pathway benefits and advantages with highly sensitive commercial DAS implementation. Written by Dura-Line's Director of Technology Partnerships, Paul Dickinson, Ph.D., with special thanks to Michael Hines, Peter Hayward, Molly Gilbert, and Sarah Rindermann.
Conduit Pathway Advantages Relative to Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS)
Dura-Line News Spring 2020
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