Infrared imaging cameras enable users to “see beyond the visible,” to accomplish numerous disparate tasks, including things like security and surveillance and automatedinspection applications. When it comes to using infrared imaging technology in your application however, there are numerous factors that must be considered.
In a free Q&A webcast on August 8, Markus Tarin, President and CEO, MoviTHERM, will answer questions regarding the deployment of infrared imaging technology, including the types of cameras and detectors available and how these can impact system performance, as well as some of the latest products and applications today.
Attendees will have an open floor to ask Tarin questions regarding their current or potential infrared imaging application, infrared imaging cameras and products, or challenges or concerns related to infrared imaging.
Infrared imaging Q&A webcast: Latest applications, technology, challenges
Markus Tarin, President & CEO, MoviMED
August 8, 2018 11:00 AM EDT
Pictured: Choosing a camera for infrared imaging
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