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OFC 2021

MegaRust 2021 Conference

Luna Innovations will be speaking at the MegaRust 2021 Conference on Thursday, September 23, 2021 at 2:00pm ET in Hampton, VA.

Trends in Structural Health Monitoring for the Oil and Gas Market

This webinar will cover the latest in the oil and gas market trends for health monitoring of structures. Using fiber optic technology, asset owners and field service providers can introduce cost savings into their monitoring systems all while ensuring the safety and security of the operations personnel. 

AA&S 2021 Conference (Virtual)

Luna Innovations has been selected to speak at the AA&S 2021 Conference on Thursday, August 19, 2021 at 2:30 pm ET.

WEBINAR: High-Resolution Non-Contact NDT with Terahertz Technology

Oppenheimer Virtual Technology Conference

Luna Innovations Incorporated, a global leader in advanced fiber optic-based technology, today announced that Scott Graeff, President and CEO, will present at the Oppenheimer 24th Annual Technology, Internet & Communications Conference on Tuesday, August 10, 2021.

WEBINAR: Polarization Extinction Ratio Measurement in Highly Birefringent Materials: Challenges and Solutions

In this webinar, Luna will present the different solutions for measuring the PER of different optical components. More emphasis is on the PXA-1000 because of its unique capability of providing distributed polarization crosstalk information and the PER of a particular section along the optical path. 

WEBINAR: Ditch Your Dad's Gauges - Time to Revolutionize Your Measurements

WEBINAR: Optimizing Subsurface Monitoring with Fiber Optic Sensors

Photonics Spectra Optics Conference

NACE Corrosion Virtual Conference and Expo 2021

Lightwave Webcasts: Advances in Optical Testing

Webinar: 3 Easy Ways to Maximize Structural Health Monitoring

Attendees will learn methods to reduce costs and downtime in structural health monitoring applications on civil structures using the latest in fiber optic technologies.

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