UC Berkeley presentation at the 12th National Conference on Earthquake Engineering - recent advances in sensor & communication technologies improve the monitoring methods for infrastructure assessment.
study investigates whether the physical measurements made using DAS are consistent with the theoretical transfer function, reception patterns, and experimental measurements of ground strain made by geophones. Results show that DAS and geophone measurements are
distributed fiber optic sensing technologies are evaluated and compared for their ability to monitor the dynamic structural behavior of a model wind turbine tower subject to free and forced vibration
Center for Smart Infrastructure at University of California, Berkeley featured in the CSIC Smart Infrastructure Blog of the University of Cambridge
"Repeatability precision error analysis of the distributed fiber optic strain monitoring" is the result of collaborative work between CSIC and UC Berkeley. It focuses on the precision error of distributed fiber optic sensor (DFOS)