Title and abstract due by: 15 April 2017
2014 – Stockholm
Online — ITC and FLIR Systems invite you to share your thermography expertise with other professionals in your field at the , ITC User Conference in Coventry, UK September 27–28, 2017.
The ITC User Conference is a professional meeting place for technicians, engineers, scientists, and users of all types of infrared measurement equipment.
The ITC User Conference will cover infrared physics and its applications in a wide variety of fields, from inspection of electrical installations, building surveys, industrial and automation applications, optical gas imaging to NDT and advanced research applications. Continue reading
NEW MODEL EE360
Franklin MA, USA — E+E’s new EE360 moisture in oil transmitter is dedicated for reliable monitoring of lubrication, hydraulic and insulation oils as well as diesel fuel.
The EE360 moisture in oil transmitter measures water activity (aw) and temperature (T), and calculates the absolute water content (x) in ppm.
The probe can be employed up to 180 °C (356 °F) and 20 bar (290 psi).
27-30 March 2017
Online — Spend four days with the top leaders in thermal modeling as they address today’s most pressing challenges.
You’ll go home with new strategies and techniques to improve your modeling, maximize budgets and optimize design strategies.
Save your spot for this free event by clicking here to register. Continue reading
“Blast Furnace Above-Burden Infrared Camera”
East Chicago, IN, USA — An infrared monitoring system had been developed at ArcelorMittal Global R&D – East Chicago and it has been successfully implemented since June 2012.
The on-line Above-Burden Infrared Camera (ABirC), as it is designated, can monitor all the activities and events above the burden in blast furnaces.
Through the ABirC systems, three new phenomena: 1. coke-surging, 2. coke-spraying and 3. burden-shooting, have been discovered. Actual burden distributions can be observed and optimized, and the operators will gain advance warning of adverse conditions occurring in their furnaces. Continue reading
Offers up $150,000 to help make drones more usable for farmers
ARDEN HILLS, MN, USA — /PRNewswire/ — Land O’Lakes, Inc. is calling on innovators from the tech industry to enter the Land O’Lakes Prize: Drone Challenge, a crowdsourcing competition designed to develop proposed solutions that enable scalable, autonomous drone usage in precision agriculture.
A prize of $140,000 will be awarded to a grand prize winner who is found to meet all the requirements of the challenge, and two $5,000 prizes are available to two runners up. Continue reading