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INFIBRA TECHNOLOGIES Srl is engaged in designing and manufacturing of next-generation fiber optic sensors systems,
while also offering engineering services.

A real industrialization of fiber optic sensors in Energy, Oil & Gas, Transportation and Civil Engineering is our goal,
through solutions even suitable for harsh environments, such as ATEX or high-temperature zones.
We are aware of experiencing huge technological challenges.
Therefore, our policy has been from the beginning to work with key worldwide partners, in order to speed up our technologies,
and to open to investors.


 Contact us for more information.

ABOUT US

INFIBRA TECHNOLOGIES was established in 2014 as a spin-off company of the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, by a group of researchers, highly skilled in fiber optic sensors systems. From the academic beginning, our targets have always been focused on the engineering of innovative fiber optic sensors systems and their exploitation in industrial field, capitalizing our huge technical expertise in the field.
Our approach is listen to the customer and meet its requirements, in terms of technical and business support, contributing to the diffusion in industry of new technologies of sensing.


INFIBRA TECHNOLOGIES, the next way of sensing.

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INFIBRA TECHNOLOGIES Srl is engaged in designing and manufacturing of next-generation fiber optic sensors systems, while also offering engineering services. Energy, Oil & Gas, Transportation and Civil Engineering are our target markets, with solutions even suitable for harsh environments. Monitoring of temperature, vibration, deformation, or other chemical-physical parameters through a single optical fiber are our typical applications and FBGs, Raman, Brillouin and Rayleigh are our technologies.


Legal Headquarters

  Via Moruzzi 1, 56124 Pisa (Italy)
  +39 050 7916532
   info@infibratechnologies.com

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