Thermal Imaging Conference 2013 http://thermalimagingconference.com The most prestigious international conference for thermographers (infrared imaging) has been set for San Diego CA, June 3 thru 6.
Boasting 55 technical sessions, world-renowned speakers, from a broad spectrum of infrared applications, thermographers from around the world plan on attending.
United Infrared, Inc., is a company specializing in the education and application of infrared technology (thermal imaging) to thermographers around the world.
The Thermal Imaging Conference 2013, is hosted by United Infrared, and features sponsorship from camera manufacturers as FLIR, Testo, Fluke and NEC (Soltec). The Platinum sponsor is camera manufacturer Palmer-Wahl, which traces its manufacturing roots back over 100 years!
Information on this infrared event can be found by googling the Conference name.
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United Infrared boasts the largest network of certified and properly-trained thermographers anywhere in the world. While UI provides training, and also sells infrared camera equipment, it also has the ability to provide thermographic services, nationwide (United States & Canada, at present).
National coverage is a huge boon to manufacturers who need infrared services all across the company. The fields of expertise of the thermographers in United Infrared include several areas in the building sciences: electric, such as switch gear and panels, data centers, roofing, block walls, moisture intrusion into buildings (where is the leak coming from?), energy (building efficiency).
Remarkably, United Infrared also has technicians skilled in equine thermography. In fact, the life science applications of thermal imaging show huge upward potential, as infrared cameras can often detect anomalies in living tissue, and those areas are also prominently featured at the Thermal Imaging Conference.
Information is also available by phone: 888-722-6447
The YouTube video featuring the announcement of Mal West as M/C of this huge event can be viewed here:
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