Boston, MA - FLIR Systems, Inc. announced its seventh annual InfraMation Conference to be held at the Orleans Hotel in Las Vegas, NV from October 23-27. InfraMation is ideal for anyone who wants to learn more about infrared and thermal imaging applications. Join them and learn from expert thermographers as they cover such fields as plant predictive maintenance, thermal research and development, on-line process monitoring and control, and non-destructive testing. InfraMation features the latest application techniques through clinics, workshops, conference sessions and exhibits. Attendees who register by June 30, 2006 will receive five free nights lodging, a free guest pass, and a choice of an iPod Nano or a Magellan GPS Unit.
InfraMation provides many extraordinary opportunities for thermographers of all skill levels, including those who are just starting to research the benefits of infrared and want to get a feel for the cameras. Professional thermographers will benefit from the ability to renew and maintain their thermography certification by attending InfraMation clinics, and be challenged with new thermography principles and methodologies.
Interactive panel discussions and user groups are a new addition to this year's conference. Each panel session provides the attendees with the opportunity to ask questions, obtain answers and engage in discussion of IR related topics in a relaxed environment. These sessions will also allow thermographers to identify and meet other individuals with the same IR application interests.
InfraMation has evolved into a "must-attend" educational event for professional thermographers. In 2005, InfraMation broke all attendance records and was the largest educational conference for thermographers ever held! Due to popular demand, new IR Clinics include Home Energy Conservation, Home Inspection, Researcher Software, and Thermographer Safety.
"By attending InfraMation, thermographers learn not only how to better operate infrared cameras, but also enhance their IR image interpretation skills, enabling them to more easily identify and diagnose real-world problems that can improve both their jobs and their company's bottom line," explained Dr. Robert Madding, PhD, Director, Infrared Training Center. "Attendees benefit through presentations and clinics that highlight real-world applications, providing expert tutorials and examples of how properly applied infrared thermography benefits through cost savings and most importantly - increased worker and structural safety."Visit www.inframation.org for details on InfraMation, the world's largest infrared camera applications conference, October 23-27, 2005 in Las Vegas, NV.