We are proud to announce that we were nominated by Warsaw University of Technology to pitch at Stage Two, the first pan-European startup competition for early stage startups. Behind Stage Two is a network of more than 30 of Europe’s top universities, who follow the vision to connect top universities, the startups of tomorrow, industry leaders and VC across national borders.
We are excited and looking forward to representing WUT together with Chefs’ at Stage Two, taking place on October 29 in Berlin.


Fiber optic sensors allow measurement under harsh environmental conditions – such as acidic. They are resistant to strong electromagnetic fields and to high temperatures – they allow measurements up to 1000 degrees Celsius. Optical sensors are small, so they can be used for very precise and spot measurements of selected quantities.


The heart of an optical fiber measurement system. It helps to obtain an information from fiber sensors. We use state-of-the-art technology which help us to obtain high measuring frequencies.

Fiber sensors

Are capable of measuring various quantities such as temperature and stress. Our sensors have housings dedicated to specific industrial application. The measurement is based on the analysis of light reflected from the sensors.

Optical devices

We have also experience in designing and manufacturing of photodetector and electronic circuits, laser drivers for numerous applications. We offer dedicated design tailored for your needs.


Konrad Markowski, Piotr Araszkiewicz, Juliusz Bojarczuk, and Krzysztof Perlicki, “High-sensitivity chirped tapered fiber-Bragg-grating-based Fabry–Perot cavity for strain measurements,” Opt. Lett. 45, 2838-2841 (2020)

Konrad Markowski, Kazimierz Jędrzejewski, Michał Marzęcki, and Tomasz Osuch, “Linearly chirped tapered fiber-Bragg-grating-based Fabry–Perot cavity and its application in simultaneous strain and temperature measurement,” Opt. Lett. 42, 1464-1467 (2017)

Konrad Markowski, Kazimierz Jedrzejewski, and Tomasz Osuch, “Numerical analysis of double chirp effect in tapered and linearly chirped fiber Bragg gratings,” Appl. Opt. 55, 4505-4513 (2016)

Markowski, K.; Wojakowski, K.; Pokropek, E.; Marzęcki, M. Numerical and Experimental Performance Analysis of the Chirped Fiber Bragg Grating Based Abrasion Sensor for the Maintenance Applications in the Industry 4.0. Sensors 202020, 770.






Cost effective, active interrogating system that allow to utilize fiber sensors, providing real and economically justified alternative for electrical sensors. BraggMonitor enable applications, in which classical sensor designs cannot be used due to the incidence of harsh and rigorous environments, including high EM fields, explosion hazard, high temperatures and many more.


With technology advancing so quickly, industries that don’t take advantage of the latest developments are quickly falling behind. In FiberTeam we are well aware of this, that is why we present you our offer.


Insensitivity to electromagnetic interference and relatively small size are the most well-known properties of optical fibers as medical sensors. The advantages of fiber optic sensors are particularly valuable in environments where high temperatures or strong electromagnetic fields (e.g., MRI) or ionizing radiation are present.


As the size and complexity of modern infrastructure continues to grow, existing structures are beginning to require additional care. Early detection of damage and overloads in bridges, tunnels and buildings allows for preventative repairs to prevent catastrophic failure.


Fiber optics do not generate sparks – this means that if there is a risk of explosion, fiber optic sensors are the best solution. Measuring pressure in oil and gas pipelines, hydrogen hydrogen and other properties in areas where a disaster could occur will significantly increase safety.


Thanks to the small size of fiber optics and their resistance to harsh environmental conditions and strong electromagnetic fields, it is possible to manufacture structures for speed measurement or track occupancy analysis. Moreover, fiber optic structures can be placed directly into asphalt. The small size of the fiber does not affect the internal integrity of the structure.


Monitoring high-voltage lines or transformer temperatures is subject to very high measurement error. The situation is different in the case of fiber optic sensors, which can be installed under virtually any conditions. Thus, the implementation of predictive maintenance systems will allow for a significant increase in precision and accuracy of measurements.


Konrad Markowski

Chief Executive Officer

Piotr Araszkiewicz

Electronics & software

Juliusz Bojarczuk

Project Manager

Marcin Jemielity

Marketing and communication

Michał Gąska

Electronics & digital circuits

Robert Cybulski

Design and simulations

Arkadiusz Gołaszewski

Electronics & analog circuits

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