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25 January 2013

Thermal imaging cameras are getting smarter and easier to use, even at entry-level stage and the software that drives this functionality is becoming more powerful. Easily affordable, the technology, however, is only ful

Thermal imaging cameras are getting smarter and easier to use, even at entry-level stage and the software that drives this functionality is becoming more powerful. Easily affordable, the technology, however, is only fully effective in the hands of a properly trained user, so it is important that training is planned with the purchase of every camera.

FLIR Systems, has applied the same upgrade path to its training as it does to its camera models. Its 2012 training schedule introduces a range of short courses, dedicated application courses as well as certification courses for Level 1 and Level 2 thermography.

All are managed and conducted via FLIR's EMEA training arm, the Infrared Training Centre, whose role is to ensure those who use thermal imaging, do so in complete safety and with all the knowledge they need to get the best out of their camera.

The ITC 2012 programme includes courses on basic and building thermography, software and HVAC and electrical applications.
 
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