FiberSense in the News
Intelligent Water Networks, Greater Western Water, Veolia and FiberSense trial innovative technology to address Water Loss
Fiber optic cables already in the ground could become an early warning system for leaking water pipes through a new technology being trialled in Melbourne.
Intelligent Water Networks (IWN) is a body that fuels innovation in the water industry on behalf of its members across the sector. It is funding the trial as part of a consortium that includes FiberSense, who have invented the technology, Greater Western Water, who own the infrastructure, and Veolia.
FiberSense – ISO 27001 Certified
Information security is front row centre to the mission of FiberSense and our fleet of sensing systems around the world.
We are pleased to announce that we’ve successfully attained ISO 27001 certification, the international benchmark for information security management systems.
This globally recognized standard outlines best practices that aid organizations in safeguarding confidential data, reducing security vulnerabilities, and defending against cyber incidents.
Achieving this certification underscores our dedication to implementing a strong framework for information security. It also provides assurance to our clients, collaborators, and stakeholders that we are committed to maintaining the confidentiality, integrity, and accessibility of essential data and informational assets.
Good Design Award – Winner
Our innovative technology, DigitalAsset Marine™️, has won a Good Design Award in the Engineering Design category. The announcement was made on September 8, 2023, at the Australian Good Design Awards, the country’s most prestigious international design awards.
The Good Design Awards recognize excellence across multiple design disciplines. The judges were particularly impressed with the engineering excellence of DigitalAsset Marine™️, but also “the innovation and design impact” that we brought to our sector, according to Dr. Brandon Gien, CEO of Good Design Australia.
Standing out from the almost 1000 entries, FiberSense technology has again been recognised for its game changing sensing as a service. The award is a celebration of the transformative power of design to find innovative, customer-centric solutions to local and global challenges.
Our project won out against entries from around the world, evaluated by a panel of over 70 expert jurors. It exemplifies our commitment to innovation and design that has real-world impact.
Click here for more information on the award.
Shortlisted – 2023 Global Carrier Awards – Innovation Disruptor of the Year
FiberSense has been shortlisted for the 2023 Global Carrier Awards in the Innovation Disruptor of the Year category.
This nomination serves as a powerful endorsement of our team’s dedication to excellence. We’re proud of our world-class technical and commercial teams, who specialize in maximising the practical benefits of the intersection of fiber optic sensing, integrated photonics, sonar signal processing, and machine learning to deliver real-world applications that truly make a difference.
Thank you for your continued support and here’s to pushing the boundaries of innovation!
Innovative earthquake monitoring trials underway in New Zealand
We are pleased to announce a partnership with New Zealand’s geoscience authority GNS Science, Te Pū Ao (GNS) to evaluate FiberSense’s world leading sensing solution to monitor and detect seismic activity in and around Wellington City.
The 12-month commercial pilot will provide GNS scientists with access to the unique FiberSense DigitalSeismic™ data stream.
GNS, through its GeoNet programme, will work with FiberSense technical experts on the data collection and processing tools to assess the DigitalSeismic™ technology.
Full Press Release –> Here
Pipeliners Podcast Appearance
You can listen to the podcast here – https://pipelinepodcastnetwork.com/fiber-optic-sensing-as-a-service/
DigitalAsset Marine™️ highly commended at Glotel Awards 2022
Our subsea cable monitoring platform, DigitalAsset Marine™️ was recently highly commended at the Annual Global Telecoms Awards in the Digital Infrastructure Innovation category. We were the only company to earn the “highly commended distinction” in this category.
The Global Telecoms Awards, also known as the Glotel Awards, recognizes innovation and excellence from companies that strive to advance the world’s telecoms industry.
DigitalAsset Marine™️ uses advanced sensing technology to monitor subsea cables on the seabed, offering real-time threat detection and live monitoring of the vital cables that keep the world connected.
Learn more about DigitalAsset Marine™️.
2022 Glotel Shortlist for Digital InfraStructure Innovation
FiberSense’s commitment to innovation has again been recognised, with our DigitalAsset Marine™️ product being shortlisted in the “Digital infrastructure Innovation” category of the 2022 GLOTEL Awards, by @telecoms.com
Winners will be announced in London on 1st December. For more information – click here.
Dr Mark Englund Receives 2022 NSW Pearcey Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
FiberSense founder and CEO, Dr Mark Englund, has been awarded with the 2022 NSW Pearcey Entrepreneur of the Year Award. This prestigious award recognises outstanding ICT professionals who have demonstrated innovation, taken risks, made a difference and are an inspiration to others in the industry and the wider community.
Congratulations Mark for the recognition, and compliments to the other finalists.
View the LinkedIn Post – here
Full Press Release available here
nbn Trials Innovative DigitalAsset™️ To Monitor Fiber
FiberSense is proud to contribute our innovative sensing solution to a joint initiative with nbn to monitor and prevent accidental damage to the nbn fibre cable network.
In a three-month trial, nbn will use FiberSense DigitalAsset®️ to detect certain vibrational frequencies on fibre and link that data with artificial intelligence to determine whether the events detected are likely to lead to damage to the network. This would include the impact from excavation or other unauthorised digging activity near nbn’s fibre optic cables.
More details available in the full release – here.