Distributed Temperature Sensing, DTS

About SensorTran

SensorTran, a NASA technology spin-off, began developing its core technology in 1996 for NASA’s X-33 space shuttle program to monitor internal cryogenic fuel tanks. These space-based roots afford SensorTran the unique distinction of being the only DTS provider in the world to have flight/ space-qualified hardware. Starting as a division of Systems & Processes Engineering Corporation (SPEC), located in Austin, TX  USA, SensorTran has been producing the world’s most advanced fiber optic-based Distributed Temperature Sensors (DTS) since 1998. 

Twice recognized by Frost & Sullivan as innovators, SensorTran has continually led the DTS industry with its patented PERFECTVISION™ multi-laser technology that automatically corrects for the effects of fiber darkening in high temperature environments. The Company continues to innovate with recent technical achievements including the introduction of the industry’s most accurate and stable singlemode system (Centaurus™) and the development of the world’s first fully qualified true subsea DTS system (Neptune™).

In April 2011 SensorTran became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Halliburton Energy Services. Under Halliburton's direction, SensorTran continues to sell, support and maintain its extensive portfolio of DTS products and services to customers in all markets.

Halliburton is already creating innovative fiber optic solutions for its Oil & Gas customers and will continue to develop DTS solutions for the Power, Process and Pipeline markets to create greater value to its customers in all market segments. 
In addition, SensorTran is now a key element in the new Halliburton Fiber Optic Center of Excellence, located in a dedicated facility opened in Houston in May 2011. This facility encompasses not only R&D but also sensor production, project management and field deployment and maintenance of fiber optic sensing solutions across all markets.

SensorTran is ISO-9001 certified.


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