FLIR plans free infrared open house series
FLIR Systems’ series of Infrared Open House Events will be held across North America throughout 2006 %%MDASSML%% giving everyone interested in infrared an opportunity to attend. Admission is free, but registration is required as space is limited. Topics covered will include the latest in thermal imaging technology, the newest in high-quality affordable infrared cameras, and the ABC’s of selecting the best IR camera to meet specific application requirements.
“We’re very excited to be rolling out this series of events,” exclaimed David Francoeur, Director of Marketing, FLIR Systems. “We’ve continued to make great progress in adapting technological advances into products for market and are constantly striving to inform the public about not only the latest product and technology innovations, but the real-world application experiences as well.”
Open House details, including the calendar of events, along with complete registration information may be found by visiting: www.flirthermography.com/news/seminars.asp .
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