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Silixa improves the performance, reduces operational costs and extends the lifespan of any asset by delivering data driven solutions from distributed fibre optic monitoring arrays having the highest levels of accuracy in the industry; installed on either new or existing fibre cables.

Our solutions utilise the power of the world’s highest performing distributed acoustic sensing (iDAS™ and Carina® Sensing System) and temperature sensing (ULTIMA™ DTS, XT-DTS™) technologies.



Silixa’s intelligent Distributed Acoustic Sensor (iDAS) is an optoelectronic system which records the true acoustic signal continuously along the path of sensing fibre 10s of kilometres long.

Carina® Sensing System

Carina is a versatile fibre optic sensing system and comprises an advanced optoelectronics interrogator and sensing cables, which are equipped with the new family of engineered Constellation fibres.


The ULTIMA DTS range is the world’s highest performing family of Distributed Temperature Sensors.


The XT-DTS™, designed for remote and hostile environments, is the highest performance ruggedised distributed temperature sensor on the market.

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About Silixa

With unrivalled technical capabilities, Silixa delivers the highest quality data derived from distributed fibre-optic acoustic (iDAS™), Carina® and temperature (ULTIMA™ DTS and XT-DTS™) measurements.

Access to this previously unreachable data enables the company to offer numerous advanced fibre-optic monitoring solutions for the energy and other industrial sectors.

With headquarters in London, United Kingdom, and an operational base in Houston, USA, Silixa operates globally. The company is ISO accredited. Read more

What is distributed sensing?

Distributed sensing is a technology that enables continuous, real-time measurements along the entire length of a fibre optic cable.

Unlike traditional sensors that rely on discrete sensors measuring at pre-determined points, distributed sensing does not rely upon manufactured sensors but utilises the optical fibre. Read more