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Publication Date: 07/1/2011
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InfraMation for Infrared Camera Users in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV — InfraMation 2011 — presented by the Infrared Training Center (ITC) — is coming to Las Vegas in November, and according to show management, this year is going to be better than ever.
ITC Director Dave Brown says, "This is the 12th year of InfraMation, and I'm excited about what we're going to offer. We want every person who attends this year to walk away thinking, `This validates why thermography is such a valuable tool for my business.'" ITC is putting the finishing touches on this year's infrared camera users conference, which is a must-attend for thermal imaging professionals and anyone who wants to further their thermography education. According to one of last year's attendees, "The conference was a great opportunity to interact with the industry players and enabled us to exchange experiences and ideas and learn new methodology, as well as get a glimpse of the future of Thermal Imaging Technology."
Upgrades to this year's InfraMation include a shortening of the timeframe. The show is now only 3 days long. The condensed timeline offers custom tracks for condition monitoring and building thermography, as well as a lower registration fee that includes clinics.
The show will include the latest on innovations in thermal imaging. Attendees will be exposed to the newest technology, the most successful applications, and how to expand their business. Also being offered are investigations certification courses, along with specialized mini-conferences for Research & Science and Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) professionals begin two days before the main InfraMation sessions.
Contact: Jen Loveland, Special Events Coordinator
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