How long are the fiber links you need to test? Is it a short 50-meter multimode data center link, a longer 550 - meter backbone, or maybe even a 130-kilometer singlemode link?
With contaminated connections remaining the number one cause of insertion loss and back reflection that inhibits optical transmission and causes havoc with expensive transceivers, it’s vital that fiber end-faces at both ends of a link are visually inspected. Imagine the time you could save by visually inspecting and grading fiber end-faces at both ends of the link in less than a second. And to me that's a lot smarter than hauling the tester 80 miles to the other end.