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Optical sensors already form important elements of optical fibre based transducers for measuring a wide range of parameters. This viewpoint emphasises the major potential provided for such sensors by incorporation as components of intelligent monitoring systems.
Passive optical‐fibre current measurement devices offer technical and economic advantages for power‐system use. Methods which have been examined for implementing such devices are discussed together with sources of noise and noise minimisation procedures. The article includes new ideas for...
This article summarises some of the presentations at a recent conference on the emerging technology of intelligent imaging.
Vision technology is gaining more and more acknowledgement in the process industry as an effective way for a company to ensure high quality of production. After an introduction to vision technology, we will give a deeper description of the VisionSensor™, which is uniquely designed for on‐line...
This paper gives a brief overview of requirements within the aerospace market sector for which optical sensors are of potential benefit, and goes on to describe sensors currently under development at Lucas Electrical and Electronic Systems which are primarily intended to meet some of these...
Optical fibre multiplexed sensors are used to make measurements at multiple, discrete locations, usually by sending optical signals between each measurement location and a conveniently positioned optical interrogation instrument. It is rapidly becoming practical to construct multiplexed optical...
A brief description is given of chromatic optical fibre sensing with particular reference to the monitoring of semiconductor plasma processing. Via this particular example it is shown how such chromatic sensing forms a convenient basis for interconnecting the sensing function of fibre based...
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