Business Growth, Global Presence

OptaSense delivers innovative fiber optic sensing solutions that optimize operations across multiple industries, all around the world.

Our Distributed Fiber-optic Sensing (DFOS) technology is built on decades of expertise and experience. Globally, due to customer satisfaction and capacity to deliver, our solutions are protecting some of the world’s most valuable assets. In fact, our solutions have been deployed across multiple industries in over 40 countries.

With offices in London, Dubai, Houston, California and Calgary we are addressing the needs of pipeline protection and management, oil field services, transport, border security and critical site security.

Our technology protects thousands of miles of pipeline worldwide as we continue to work with major Oil and Gas corporations internationally to improve yield and return on investment. Increasingly our technologies are being selected to protect borders, critical sites and assets while assisting in military operations.

While other companies may operate in the field of distributed acoustic sensing, OptaSense has combined the listening technology of fiber optics with the power of advanced acoustic algorithms to build The Earth’s Nervous System.

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Our parent company, Luna Innovations Incorporated, is a leader in optical technology, providing unique capabilities in high-performance, fiber optic-based, test products for the telecommunications industry and distributed fiber optic-based sensing for the aerospace and automotive industries. Luna is organized into two business segments, which work closely together to turn ideas into products: fiber-optic sensing and non-destructive testing and communications test and photonics control. Luna’s business model is designed to accelerate the process of bringing new and innovative technologies to market.


Our technology works by converting a standard telecommunications fiber optic cable into a network of virtual sensors capable of detecting and transmitting temperatures, pressures, strain and acoustic signals along the length of the fiber, at the speed of light.

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