by Gary OrloveMore and more organizations are installing IR windows or sight glasses in their electrical equipment so inspections can be made with an infrared camera.The advantages are obvious: worker safety is improved as thermographers and electricia…Continue reading →
Researchers at the University of Nottingham’s Institute for Aerospace Technology (IAT), together with academic staff from the Bioengineering and Human Factors Research Groups, have demonstrated that facial temperatures, which can be easily measured usi…Continue reading →
TRMS Multimeter with Type K Temperature WILSONVILLE, OR, USA – FLIR announces the FLIR DM91 Industrial true-root mean square multimeter for electrical inspection. Built for industrial electricians and benchtop workers, the 18-function DM91 digital mult…Continue reading →
Jim Seffrin Online — The InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI ®) of Boulder, CO, recently announced that Jim Seffrin has been appointed its new Director of Thermography Training. As a recognized leader in the science…Continue reading →
Showcases first partners at CES Online — FLIR today introduced a new partner program called ‘Thermal by FLIR™’ for technology partners who use genuine FLIR sensors to create innovative, thermal-powered products. ‘Thermal by FLIR™’ partners is a h…Continue reading →
Barre, VT, USA –The Snell Group is a leading expert on using Infrared Thermography (IR) and Electrical Motor Testing (EMT) to reduce risk, increase up-time, save money, conserve energy, and improve safety. Snell offers infrared training, infrared…Continue reading →
InfraMation, the world’s leading IR training experience and thermal imaging conference, is headed to Austin, Texas September 11-14, 2018. Join other thermography experts from around the world at the downtown Hilton Austin to learn the latest ther…Continue reading →
New video to show you featuring a FLIR thermal imager mounted on a UAV inspecting solar panels for damage.
This application of infrared thermography has come a long way and now, with a new aerial perspective, is an extremely efficient tool for maintenance and quality assurance inspections of solar systems. In contrast to time consuming traditional methods, large solar installations can now be inspected quickly from the right distance and view point.
Even with these advancements in the technology, however, a thermal imager still does not have the ability to detect problems on its own – you still need a qualified operator with the right knowledge and skills to use it properly.
That’s where ITC can help with training and certification! Check out our website for a complete list of course locations and dates now available through September 2016.
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