The North American Frauscher team proudly states that every Class 1 freight railroad in North America has installed the company’s sensors.
At the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Dr. Jonathan Ajo-Franklin is using dark fiber to measure seismic signals. Dr. Ajo-Franklin’s team gained permission to access a section of a dark fiber network between Sacramento and Calusa, California.
In a short time, [Frauscher Sensor Technology has] successfully achieved positive recognition of the company and products within the US and North American railroad markets.
We can tell where the leak is detected and when,” says Steven Koles, president of Hifi Engineering in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Hifi uses a specialized fiber-optic sensing technology to measure sound, temperature changes and kinetic energy – movement and vibration – in pipelines.
Legendary Railway Signaling and Telecom Engineers who completed five decades of serving across the world making significant contributions in the field of Railway Signaling and Telecom were honored….Global CEO Frauscher Sensor Technology Michael Thiel.