“At the 6th Intelligent Sensor Network conference on November 3rd, CSIC will be showcasing three aspects of our work in Cambridge. For example, we’ll explain why we’re embedding fibre optic strain-and-temperature sensors into the foundations of London’s tallest buildings and in the tunnels of CERN. We’ll be looking at how remote digital cameras are being used to detect structural problems in bridges and tunnels. We’ll also be presenting what we believe is the world’s smallest, lowest power intelligent wireless sensor, the Utterberry”.
“Our goal is to inspire conference attendees to adopt these techniques in their own environments. I hope to see you there.”