Article by Alexandra Witze in nature In an August 9th article in nature “Mysteries of Sun’s corona on view during upcoming eclipse“, Ms Witze points out several new infrared methods that Science will be using to investigate aspects of solar … Continue reading →
ThermoSight Pro PTS Online. — Invasive wildlife control specialists and tactical professionals understand the significant benefits of thermal imaging technology. Many have gone without this unique capability, however, because buying the best thermal imaging weapon sight is an expensive proposition. … Continue reading →
August 15, 2017 | 12:00 PM ET Online — Infrared imaging is a “hot” topic in machine vision and imaging that spans a wide variety of applications and industries. This webinar will discuss IR imaging technologies including SWIR and thermal … Continue reading →
The FLIR FB-Series O. Online — FLIR Systems has introduced a new series of fixed thermal infrared security cameras, the FLIR FB-Series O. Designed for short to mid-range perimeter protection, the FLIR FB-Series O offers plug-and-play integration with FLIR United … Continue reading →
Delaware-sized Iceberg Hiving Pieces Online — As Antarctica remains shrouded in darkness during the Southern Hemisphere winter, the Thermal Infrared Sensor (TIRS) on Landsat 8 captured a new snap of the 2,240-square-mile iceberg that split off from the Antarctic Peninsula’s … Continue reading →
IR/INFO 2018 | 21 – 24 January 2018 | New Orleans, LA Burlington, NJ, USA — Infraspection Institute is pleased to announce an early registration bonus for exhibitors at its annual IR/INFO Conference. Exhibitors that register and pay for their … Continue reading →
With No ITAR Export Restrictions MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NJ, USA. – Princeton Infrared Technologies, Inc. (PIRT) announces the world’s first and only MegaPixel (MP) shortwave-infrared (SWIR) camera with no ITAR export restrictions. The newest camera in Princeton Infrared’s family of SWIR … 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.
Innovative, high performance IR OEM lenses Chesham, UK — Resolve Optics is a leading designer and supplier of bespoke fixed focus and zoom lenses as well as beam splitters that operate in the infrared (IR) region (1-14 microns). To realise the full potential of … Continue reading →
Vendors Presentations and Reception XIV @ SPIE DCS via ThermoSense XL Online. — This session is now in its 14th year and has become very popular with attendees at SPIE’s Defense + Commercial Sensing (DCS) 2018 Symposium & Expo because … Continue reading →
Abstracts due 9 October 2017 Call for Papers ThermoSense XL: The Thermosense conference promotes worldwide exchange of information about research, uses and applications of infrared (IR) imaging technology. This includes infrared thermography and thermal infrared sensing (MWIR/LWIR), as well as … Continue reading →