FLIR Systems’ Infrared Training Centre is going back to basics for its next webinar, highlighting the importance of understanding thermal imaging cameras.
Before you can analyse a hot spot, you must first be able to locate it by capturing the best possible thermal image. Thermograms that aren’t in focus, have poor contrast or insufficient resolution will affect the user’s ability to measure temperature properly and possibly cause them to miss the problem altogether.
The live webcast, entitled Capturing Great Thermal Images, will address the basics of saving quality thermal data with an infrared camera and cover all the important imaging parameters that thermographs should understand.
It will run from 10:00 to 11:00 Thursday 20th July 2017 and you can register for the seminar or access the full ITC training programme for 2017 here.
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