Inframation 2015 Thermal Imaging Conference

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May 12-15 2015 in Nashville, Tenneesee

Inframation 2015 Thermal Imaging Conference
Inframation 2015 Thermal Imaging Conference

FLIR Systems, the global leader in thermal imaging, has announced its 15th Annual InfraMation Conference to be held May 12-15 2015 in Nashville, Tenneesee (USA). The InfraMation Conference is acknowledged as a leading international event for attendees to learn about the latest thermal imaging techniques and applications, and network with many hundreds of industry colleagues. This conference is for thermographers, regardless of which camera system they might use, or those just interested in the latest new applications of the technology.

InfraMation 2015 will feature leading industry professionals in an exciting program of customer / end-user presentations and more clinics than ever before. Presentations will focus on operational savings and cost cutting, innovative breakthroughs, and practical applications of thermal imaging. FLIR's Infrared Training Center (ITC) instructors and industry experts will lead a clinic program running three-hour clinics each afternoon. Presentations and clinics address a wide-variety of thermal imaging applications including building sciences and diagnostics, manufacturing and industrial automation, predictive maintenance, research and development and much more.

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