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10/6/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Luna

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Luna (Roanoke, Va.) will feature its ODiSI system, which uses embedded optical fiber as a sensor to measure composite structure health.

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Luna (Roanoke, Va.) will feature its ODiSI system, which uses embedded optical fiber as a sensor to measure composite structure health. Luna will demonstrate its ODiSI platform and its distributed sensing capabilities. Reported advantages of the system include sub-centimeter spatial resolution, compatibility with common manufacturing processes, pre-failure damage detection capability, minimal high-cycle fatigue, low profile and immunity to EMI and RFI.

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