AP Sensing’s DAS system was used for preliminary earthquake observations and research at the University of Tokyo….One DAS interrogator unit was installed… and data collected over 100 km
AP Sensing is monitoring conveyor belts at the largest salt production site in Germany. The Zielitz Plant extracts approximately 12 million tons of crude salts per year and the mine operator, K+S, is an international mining company with sites across five continents.
Saudi Electricity Company selected AP Sensing for a project monitoring two 115kV power circuits. AP Sensing technology provides not only the thermal profile of the power cables, but also insights into the actual conductor temperature and transient statuses with our Real Time Thermal Rating
AP Sensing is monitoring a 110kV underground high-voltage power cable utilizing Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS). The cable is located between the substations of Herrenberg and Gueltstein, Germany
An AP Sensing Distributed Temperature Sensing solution was selected to monitor a pipeline transporting reservoir water in northern Germany….This pipeline is used to transport deposit water. The water cannot be discarded above ground due to its natural, slight radioactivity