It has been confirmed by FLIR Systems that ITC International User Conference will be held in Coventry this year, from 27th-28th September 2017.
The event will offer technicians, engineers, scientists and users of all types of infrared measurement equipments the opportunity to exchange ideas and explore the huge potential of the technology.
The event has broadened its scope of application since it’s first conference in 2005, now a forum for everyone who uses thermal imaging in a professional capacity.
Infrared physics and its applications will be covered at the 2017 event in a wide variety of fields, from inspection of electrical installations and buildings, control and automation and optical gas imaging to non-destructive testing and advanced research applications.
FLIR is inviting applications to present at the conference with abstracts of no more than 500 words to be submitted by April 15th 2017.
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