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27 March 2015 Standardization in fiber-optic sensing for structural safety: activities in the ISHMII and IEC
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Fiber-optic sensors are increasingly established in the sensor market. Their advantages have unquestionably been verified by numerous demonstrations to enhance the operational performance of aged structures or to monitor the structural behavior of safety-relevant structures or their components. However, there are some barriers in use due to a lack of extensive standardization of fiber-optic sensors. This leads very often to restraints in the user’s community. The paper shows the status in international standardization of fiber-optic sensors as well as current activities in leading institutions such as IEC and ISHMII and others with the purpose of providing relevant standards for a broader use of selected fiber-optic sensor technologies.
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Wolfgang R. Habel, K. Krebber, and W. Daum "Standardization in fiber-optic sensing for structural safety: activities in the ISHMII and IEC", Proc. SPIE 9436, Smart Sensor Phenomena, Technology, Networks, and Systems Integration 2015, 94360S (27 March 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2185602
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