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Free infrared conferences from FLIR
Boston, March 10 – FLIR Systems plans to hold more than 40 free conferences throughout the U.S. The conferences will focus on infrared technology and how to use infrared cameras for a variety of applications including electrical and mechanical surveys, quality assurance for repair work, roofing, heating and cooling systems, predictive maintenance and more. The conferences will allow for hands-on demonstrations, time with FLIR product experts, the opportunity to learn about new product enhancements and features and FLIR's Infrared Training Center certification programs.
"Feedback from last year's attendees was extremely positive,” said David Francoeur, director, marketing, FLIR Systems. "Whether being introduced to infrared technology for the first time or an experienced thermographer, the conferences are an opportunity for individuals to gain new skills, find new applications for their cameras and possibly expand their careers. This type of educational opportunity can open the door to becoming a company's resident infrared expert or starting a business as a thermography service provider.”
Seating is limited so early registration is encouraged. To find a free conference near you and to register today visit www.infraredseminars.com or call 1-800-254-0633.
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