Active modelocking of multiple polariton lasers mediated by real time sensing offers novel capabilities for
optically based sensing. We outline a strategy based in part on short range polariton-polariton interactions
and in part on an actively managed external optical field coherent with each of the individual polariton lasers.
This actively managed coherent optical field is required to establish long range coherence between multiple
spatially distinct polariton lasers. Polariton lasers offer nonlinear behavior at excitation levels of a few quanta
of the optical field, time constants of picoseconds or less, and optical wavelength dimensions of individual
lasers. Achievement of useful long range, hundreds of meters, polariton based optical sensing appears
useful, but to require active cohering of arrays of polariton lasers. Continuous metrology and active control of
the system coherence offer unique opportunities for sensing approaching quantum limited operation. We
consider strategies and capabilities of sensing systems based on such arrays of spatially distinct, but
collectively coherent, polariton lasers. Significant advances in a number of technical areas over decades
appear needed to achieve such systems.