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Hifi high fidelity distributed sensing measures vibration around the world from Tonga volcano eruption

Hifi high fidelity distributed sensing measures vibration around the world from Tonga volcano eruption  “Illustrating this residual geotechnical activity demonstrates the impact of how different types of distributed fiber optic sensing can complement other traditional methods of measuring earth events,” said Ehsan Jalilian, Hifi’s VP & CIO. Some of these systems were located in western North America at a distance of over 10,000KM from Tonga - data image below, more data. FOSA is looking into ways further collaboration through distributed fiber optic sensing can be done to assist in predictive measurements for geotechnical events. 
Hifi high fidelity distributed sensing measures vibration around the world from Tonga volcano eruption 
January 2022
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