Selecting an IR Camera for Your R&D Application – 7 Tips from a Top Expert

Mar 19, 2019
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Teledyne DALSA, Machine Vision OEM Components
InfraTec GmbH, Infrarotsensorik und Messtechnik
About This Webinar
Thermography has become an indispensable tool for all types of R&D projects that require noncontact, accurate temperature measurement. Many IR camera options are available with different features and at varying costs, making it difficult to select the camera best-suited to your application.

In this one-half-hour webinar, Chris Bainter, global director of strategic business development at FLIR Systems, will provide the guidance you need to make it easier for you to choose a thermal-imaging camera that meets all your requirements. Bainter will focus on the seven most important things to consider when selecting an IR camera and explain them in plain language to help you select the right tool for your unique application needs. There will be time at the end of this webinar for Q&A.

This webinar is sponsored by Teledyne DALSA, an international leader in high-performance digital imaging. As part of the Teledyne Imaging group, Teledyne DALSA image sensing solutions span the spectrum from infrared through visible to X-ray. 

This webinar is also sponsored by InfraTec GmbH. InfraTec's automated thermography solutions provide reliable insight into even the tiniest temperature changes and distributions. Over 25 years of thermography experience and more than 6,000 satisfied customers confirm InfraTec's expertise in the thermal imaging field.  

About the presenter:
Chris Bainter, Global Director of Strategic Development, FLIR Systems.Chris Bainter, the global director of strategic business development at FLIR Systems, has more than a dozen years of experience in IR imaging. In his current role at FLIR, Bainter identifies customer needs and provides leadership in the planning, design, and implementation of strategic business objectives. He joined FLIR in 2004 as a scientific segment engineer and has worked as U.S. national sales director and business development director for the Americas. He holds a B.S. in computer engineering from Kansas State University and an MBA from the University of Southern California.

Who should attend:
Engineers, scientists, developers, managers, inspectors, systems designers, systems integrators, and others who use, are planning to use, or interested in learning more about thermal imaging for use in defense, industry, transportation, R&D, and other applications.

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