Soil and Groundwater Monitoring

Remediation

Temperature and level of groundwater are critical performance metrisc in In-Situ Thermal Remediation (ISTR) to ensure heating effectiveness, optimize input energy, and analyze the remediation progress. The current temperature monitoring instrumentation is based on electronic sensors, i.e., thermocouples, RTDs, thermistors, etc. The harsh environmental conditions driven by corrosive chemicals (NAPL, DNAPL, PCBS, VOC, etc), high temperature, and electromagnetic interference negatively impact the performance and survivability of these sensors. By leveraging the power of optics and high grade super-alloys packaging materials, AOMS fiber optic sensors have been designed to withstand the harsh environment conditions. The sensors are compatible with a wide range of ISTR technologies including electric resistive heating (ERH), thermal conductive heating (TCH), gas thermal remediation, and steam enhanced extraction.

AOMS Monitoring Platform Features

  • Immune to electromagnetic interference
  • Insensitive to moisture and water permeation
  • Resistant to chemicals
  • Distributed sensing of multiple parameters
  • Small form factor
  • High signal integrity over long distances

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Power Generation Asset Monitoring

AOMS distributed multi-parameter sensing technology enables reliable monitoring of power generation and distribution infrastructure.

AOMS Distributed Sensing Features

  • Simultaneous measurement of strain, pressure, deformation, and temperature
  • Multi-parameter distributed sensing
  • Low loss remote sensing
  • Small form factor
  • Electricity free measurement

Process Monitoring

AOMS monitoring systems are specifically designed for harsh environments with either corrosive chemicals or intense electromagnetic field which might limit the use of electronic sensors. Typical industrial applications are level sensing, leakage detection, temperature profiling, and structural monitoring.

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