San Diego, CA Photron, Inc., experts in ultra-high-speed camera systems and slow-motion imaging solutions and Electrophysics, leaders in thermal imaging and manufacturers of infrared (IR) cameras, announce a series of educational seminars focusing on the latest advancements in high speed visible and thermal imaging systems. Ideal for system designers, plant managers, engineers and others who are interested in high-speed industrial imaging technologies for R&D, testing applications and production. This series of nationwide seminars will include a "hands-on" lab to demonstrate Photron's camera systems and Electrophysics' thermal imagers and instrumentation for real-world solutions in both high-speed visible and thermal imaging. The first event will be held in the Chicago area on Tuesday, September 18, 2007 at the Best Western O'Hare Hotel at 10300 West Higgins Road, Rosemont, Illinois from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The second in the series is scheduled for Thursday, September 20, 2007 at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, 25100 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, Michigan, also from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A continental breakfast and a catered lunch are included in the $49 Seminar Registration fee.
The Photron-Electrophysics Imaging Seminars will provide in-depth presentations from each company. Photron will present "High Speed Imaging for Industrial Applications" in the morning session; Electrophysics' session will include "Thermal Imaging Applications and Technology" with a discussion on advances in IR camera technology and the latest thermal imaging applications in the afternoon. The afternoon lab will include an extended question and answer session. Attendees are invited to explore high speed imaging challenges (both visible and IR) in their respective workplaces. An imaging work station will be set up to demonstrate Photron's high speed, digital camera systems and Electrophysics' thermal imaging systems and to offer solutions for specific applications.
For more information on the Imaging Seminars and to register online, go to: www.electrophysics.com/nl/photron-chicil/index.html or call 973-882-0211.
Photron, founded in 1974, recently introduced the world's fastest high speed, mega pixel video camera, the Fastcam SA-1. A breakthrough, CMOS high speed imager, the new SA-1 features revolutionary sensor technology that images up to 5400 full, mega pixel resolution frames per second with true, 12-bit resolution. Additional products include standard and custom high resolution, high-speed cameras, software, and systems for R&D, commercial and defense-related motion image analysis applications. Applicatons for Photron's high speed imagers include biomedical imaging, military, sports and entertainment, manufacturing, automotive and industrial motion analysis
Electrophysics is a world-class product development company focused on infrared cameras, night vision and thermal imaging cameras designed for predictive maintenance, building diagnosis, research and development, night vision image capture and surveillance. Infrared cameras incorporate uncooled microbolometer and photovoltaic focal plane arrays. Night vision cameras incorporate Gen 3 image intensifiers and advanced low-light CCD sensors. Applications include electrical inspection, moisture detection, infrared roof inspection, low light imaging, non-contact temperature measurement, NDT, heat loss, laser beam profiling and SARS thermal screening.
SOURCE: Photron, Inc.