Overview

  • Organization TypeGoods Supplier, Service Providers
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded2016
Founded in Toronto, Canada in 2016, FIBOS intends to disrupt the industrial sensing market by offering an optical alternative to tradition electrical sensing solutions. Their optical sensing solution utilizes fiber optic sensors paired to an optical gauge amplifier that is capable of measuring nano-strain with a measurement bandwidth upwards of 50kHz. In addition to improved measurement capabilities, their optical sensors are inherently intrinsically safe, eliminating explosion risks in hazardous environments and significantly improving safety for workers and equipment. While remaining cost competitive against electrical sensor solutions, all of these benefits and more are achieved by using Fibos technology. Fibos Technology Developed in a Canadian university lab and validated through in-field testing, our unique optical sensing solution leverages proven telecommunications technology for the industrial sensing industry. Their Optical Gauge Sensor (OGS) and Optical Gauge Amplifier (OGA) provide a plug-and-play replacement for electrical strain gauges. Designed for point sensor applications, the OGS can be integrated into standard transducer bodies instantly expanding the capabilities of a product line. Ultra high temperatures, electro-magnetic or ionizing radiation, and intrinsically safe applications become simple exercises for an optically enabled transducer. Their technology is a perfect fit for transducer manufacturers that want to gain a competitive edge without investing in significant research and development. Their solution is commercially ready to integrate into a variety of transducer types and they are interested in working with you today.

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Company Offices
  • United States (headquarters)
  • Toronto
  • 844 Don Mills Road

Experience

Contract Awards

Research and Development on Pattern/Optical Recognition Technology

Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) - Canada
22 Nov 2017