Frequently Asked Questions

What is FOTAS? What Does The Acronym FOTAS Stand For? Who Developed FOTAS? Is it a Local Product? What is Fiber?

Fiber means a thread or filament from which a vegetable tissue, mineral substance, or textile is formed; but here these threads are formed by very thin glass so that the light can travel in it. These glass threads are so thin that they can be wrapped together to form multi-channel cables.

Optical fiber is a type of cable that is made up of thin strands of glass or plastic that are used to transmit information over long distances using light. The fiber optic cable consists of a core, which is where the light travels through, and a cladding, which is a layer of material that surrounds the core and helps to keep the light in the core. The cable may also have a protective outer layer called a jacket.

What is Optics? What is Fiber Optics? What is Acoustic Sensing? Why Distributed Acoustic Sensing? How Could FOTAS Be Used in Real Life? Which sectors or firms could use FOTAS? Could FOTAS Be Integrated to Space Technologies and Industry? Does FOTAS Sense Temperature? What are the advantages of FOTAS over other sensing technologies? Could FOTAS be improved using software and other tools? Why Should You Buy FOTAS Acoustic Sensing System? Is FOTAS Acoustic Sensing System Expensive? Is FOTAS Acoustic Sensing Affected by Environmental Conditions? Does FOTAS Acoustic Sensor Run With Electricity? What Happens If The Acoustic Sensing Fiber Cable is Cut? How Accurate is The Data Generated by FOTAS? Could FOTAS Acoustic Sensor Early Detect Earthquakes? What is Intrusion Detection and what is its link with FOTAS? What kind of cables are used in FOTAS? How do those cables work? Does FOTAS work with cameras or does it have a camera connection? What Does FOTAS Acoustic Sensing System Consist of? What is The Size of FOTAS System Units?