IWSHM Company & I nstitution Exhibition

Exhibition Map


Registered Companies & Institutions for IWSHM 2013

8 Exhibition 4DSP LLC 4DSP LLC: BFG fiber optic strain, temperature and 3D sensing technology is a quantum leap forward in the aerospace, oil & gas, composites, and defense industries. We are changing the way companies examine and design materials. Our FPGA board level products and digitizers also stand out. Come see live demos of our cutting-edge technologies at booth 363.
2 Exhibition 8tree, LLC 8tree makes incredibly powerful, easy-to-use and affordable 3D scanners that solve chronic customer problems (e.g. surface deformation) across a variety of industries. These extremely fast and accurate systems integrate patent-pending augmented reality and gesture control to revolutionize the user experience and boost inspection efficiency by delivering actionable results in real-time.
3 & 4 Exhibition Acellent Technologies, Inc. Acellent® Technologies Inc., provides state-of-the-art Structural Health Monitoring systems including SMART Layers®, diagnostic hardware, and software platforms. Acellent® systems can be used for active and/or passive monitoring of composite and metal structures. Our systems can either be on-board the structure or off-board. Acellent® products are currently used in several markets including aircraft, spacecraft, automobiles, and pipelines.
11 Exhibition BaySpec, Inc. BaySpec's WaveCapture™ fiber bragg grating interrogation analyzers (FBGA) are revolutionizing the fiber sensing world offering, for the first time, excellent wavelength accuracy, ultra-low power consumption, small form factor, fast kHz response time, no moving parts, and lifetime calibration. Now offering multi-channel system level configurations. Made in USA.
16 Exhibition Civionics, LLC Civionics was established in 2009 to provide customized wireless sensing and embedded control solutions to the structural health monitoring and cleantech communities. We strive to use our experience building intelligent wireless systems for civil, naval, aerospace, and wind energy applications to create a safer and more energy-efficient world.
10 Exhibition XLab, Stanford University The EXtreme Environment Microsystems Laboratory (XLab) is a part of the Aero/Astro Department at Stanford University. We are focused on the development of micro- and nano-systems for operation within extreme harsh environments. Researchers in the XLab are investigating the synthesis of temperature tolerant, chemically resistant and radiation-hardened wide bandgap semiconductor thin films and nanostructures. These new material sets serve as a platform for the realization of sensor, actuator and electronic components that can operate and collect data under the most hostile conditions. More specifically, smart and adaptable structures for extreme environments are enabled through the technology developed in the XLab. Our research efforts support a variety of applications including deep space systems, hypersonic aircrafts, combustion monitoring and subsurface monitoring.
1 Exhibition FiberSensing FiberSensing is a world leader in the development, production and installation of advanced monitoring systems based on optical fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensor technology. The main markets are: Civil and Geotechnical Engineering; Power Generation and Distribution; Wind; Aerospace; Railway and Transportation.
22 Exhibition High Performance Materials Institute, Florida State University HPMI: Research work at the High Performance Materials Institute (HPMI) of the Florida State University has led to the development of proprietary mechanoluminescent sensor technologies and a technology startup company (NPGroup, Inc.). Video demo will show real time damage monitoring in reinforced concrete members with the in-situ mechanoluminescent optical fiber (ITOF) sensor. The 3D tribo-photo voltaic sensor system for aerospace structures will also be highlighted.
21 Exhibition General Photonics Corporation General Photonics specializes in products for polarization control and measurement. We offer several technologies that can improve the performance of fiber sensors. Polarization scramblers and depolarizers minimize system polarization sensitivity by averaging over polarization states. Conversely, polarization stabilizers and switches can be used to optimize polarization states. A wavelength swept laser can be used for quick and accurate sensor interrogation. High-speed polarimeters enable monitoring of polarization variations in real time. The PXA-1000 distributed polarization crosstalk analyzer is of particular interest for PM fiber sensors. By monitoring space-resolved polarization crosstalk along a PM fiber, it enables the use of PM fiber as a sensing medium, eliminating the need to place multiple fiber gratings along the fiber. It can therefore obtain higher spatial resolution of the stress distribution than grating-based systems. Because no discrete sensing elements are required, the system is easy to install and calibrate, making it ideal for monitoring space-resolved structural changes along bridges, tunnels, dams, oil pipes, or buildings. It can also be used as an intrusion detection system, because any mechanical disturbances to the PM fiber will cause polarization coupling.
5 Exhibition IFOS Intelligent Fiber Optic Systems Corporation (IFOS®) designs and manufactures innovative optical sensing systems, photonic modules, fiber optic sensors, and environment monitoring subsystems for aerospace and safety, energy and life science applications.
7 Exhibition InPhenix Corporation InPhenix Corporation is a leading developer and manufacturer of Indium-Phosphide (InP) and Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) based active optoelectronic chips, devices and modules for the telecom, datacom, defense, biomedical and industrial markets. InPhenix's products include Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOAs), Superluminescent Diodes (SLDs), Fabry-Perot Lasers and Swept Light Sources. InPhenix's world-class team of experts offer complete design and manufacturing capability as well as outstanding technical and product development support. InPhenix offers a complete RoHS Certified & ISO 9001:2008 registered solution for all of your InP and GaAs foundry services needs. Our Superluminescent Diodes (SLDs) and Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOAs) are based on InPhenix's proprietary technology. These products are available now for customer evaluation and volume production.
20 Exhibition Kinemetrics Open Systems & Services Kinemetrics has been the world leader in the innovative design, quality manufacturing and timely supply of earthquake instruments for over 44 years. ISO 9001:2008 certified, Kinemetrics provides seismologists and structural engineers with the highest-quality, most cost-effective seismic instruments on the market. Open Systems & Services (OSS) goes beyond instrumentation; we are a world-leading, multi-disciplinary team of geoscientists, earthquake engineers, and information technologists. We specialize in the design, integration and implementation of custom seismic and structural monitoring systems. Our complete array of comprehensive systems and services, including project consulting and documentation, are designed to protect human lives, capital assets, and critical infrastructure investments around the globe.
12 Exhibition Metal Fatigue Solutions Metal Fatigue Solutions, Inc. offers crack inspection and monitroing technology that senses fatigue damage occuring cumulatively at microscopic levels in bridges. This helps owners make better bridge management decisions fixing only those areas that need to be fixed and then ensuring those repairs are indeed working before universal installation
6 Exhibition Metis Design Corporation Metis Design Corporation (MDC) has matured 2 unique SHM approaches. The MD7 system is a piezoelectric-based damage detection system capable of facilitating both guided wave interrogation and acoustic emission monitoring efficiently over large areas using a single digital bus. Similarly, MDC has demonstrated the use of conformably applied aligned carbon nanotube (CNT) layers to provide detailed mapping of strain and permanent damage.
17 Exhibition Micron Optics Micron Optics: The sm130 Optical Sensing Interrogator is a compact, field proven, industrial grade dynamic optical sensor interrogation module designed for reliable, long term field operation. The sm130 Optical Sensing Interrogator is built upon the x30 optical interrogator core, featuring a high power, high speed swept wavelength laser, realized with Micron Optics patented Fiber Fabry-Perot Tunable Filter technology.
15 Exhibition Optilab Optilab provides a complete fiber sensing solution for SHM of Aerospace, Civil Structures, Oil, Electric, and Scientific Research. Optilab provides an FBG Sensor Interrogator (FSI) product for both high speed aerospace applications as well as a high channel solution for civil structures. In addition, Optilab has developed a very powerful software interface for the FSI; a LabView interface for R&D and OEM integration and C-based software for cloud computing. Furthermore, Optilab offers a full portfolio of customizable FBG sensors including temperature, strain, FBG chain, and more. Please visit optilab.com/fsi for more information.
19 Exhibition Roctest, Inc. Roctest, Inc.: Sensors and Systems for Structural Health Monitoring for Civil and Geotechnical Engineering.
9 Exhibition Structures and Composites Lab, Stanford The Structures and Composites Laboratory at Stanford focuses on design and development of advanced structures with built-in intelligence to enhance performance, improve reliability, and reduce life-cycle cost for various structural applications including aerospace, automotive, civil infrastructures, and medical devices.
13 Exhibition

Technical University of Madrid, Spain UPM UPM will present the performance of the last version of PAMELA SHM™ system that consists of the electronic "all in one" SHM miniaturized device (PAMELA III) installed directly on the structure. The system is highly automated, easy to install and operate with capacity to perform quickly many different SHM tests in huge range of test configurations. The system can be controlled wirelessly having only one cable for 12DC power supply. The system has been designed in order to have highly efficient, reliable and flexible development platform for future SHM mapping algorithms and high resolution SHM maps with easy interpretative information about any temporal or permanent changes of the host structure.
18 Exhibition University of South Carolina USC-LAMSS The McNAIR Center for Aerospace Innovation and Research at USC has been established to advance the economy of SC through research, education, outreach and economic development. The Laboratory for Active Materials and Smart Structures (LAMSS) is focused on Structural Health Monitoring, Adaptive Materials and Smart Structures, Aerospace Composites, and Mechatronics.
14 Exhibition USCD / Los Alamos National Laboratory The Engineering Institute is a UC San Diego/Los Alamos National Laboratory research-driven, educational program performing fundamental and applied structural health monitoring and damage prognosis research through undergraduate and graduate training. We will display some recent innovations in laser-based ultrasonic scanning of complex composite structures for defect characterization/localization, a "glove" that realizes the haptic interface between human and machine for SHM pattern recognition, and various multi-use sensor nodes and platforms for which we have deployed SHM solutions.

Venue: Dohrmann Grove, Stanford University
Exhibition dates: September 10-12, 2013.
Exhibition hours: 7:30am - 5:30pm
Contact: IWSHM-Exhibition [AT] structure.stanford.edu


  • Please fill out the form here with a brief description of the product that you wish to display or demonstrate.
  • Upon completion of the selection process you will be invited to reserve a booth space.
  • To pay the registration fees (more information given below) click here .

Registration fees:

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The cost of reserving a space is $800 (academic institutions: $330). In addition, all company/institution representatives must register as participants at the corporate rate of $390/pp. We will provide:

  • Lunches: September 10-12, 2013.
  • Networking BBQ.
  • Access to technical sessions.
  • Exhibitor listed on final program and website.
  • Booth size: 10'x10'.
  • Table size: 3'x8'.
  • Chairs: 2.
  • Internet availability
  • Note: exhibition is outdoors in shaded area, power provided.

If you have any additional requirements beyond the listed here we will be happy to work with you to accommodate your needs. You are also encouraged to participate in a special session, SHM in Action which provides a unique opportunity to combine product demonstration with podium discussion. Detailed information is enclosed.

Colleen Rosania
IWSHM Exhibition Coordinator
Phone: +1 650 723 3524
Email: IWSHM-Exhibition [AT] structure.stanford.edu