November 14, 2011 – EBMag’s Anthony Capkun extends a big thanks to the folks at InfraMation and FLIR Systems for allowing us to attend and report from InfraMation 2011—the “largest infrared camera-users conference in the world”. It was simply amazing to learn of all the current and emerging uses for IR camera technology. Meantime, if you weren’t able to attend, check out our consolidated Tweets from the brief time we were there (in reverse chronological order):
At InfraMation #IR11. Getting ready to sit with fellow Canucks at Canadian Users Group lunch
Sessions continue here at InfraMation 2011 in Vegas #IR11. Hope you had a chance to make it down! @SeeAtNight
At InfraMation, Kevin Means says FLIR product on his helicopter means he doesn’t need a searchlight #IR11
At InfraMation, law enforcement pilot Kevin Means says FLIR product lets him fly higher #IR11
At InfraMation, Ramsey explains how IR technology is used to analyze & understand dust clouds #IR11
At InfraMation 2011, vulcanologist Michael Ramsey describes how IR is used on the ground & in space #IR11
@planetextech @IR_Training @arebelo Thanks for the RT and mention!
Flir’s Scanlan says more fixed IR cameras on the production floor means less walking for PdM #IR11
FLIR’s Tom Scanlan predicts commercial property title transfers will require electrical & envelope scans #IR11
FLIR’s Tom Scanlan says awareness of IR will drive demand i.e. home buyers will demand energy reports.
Like CCTV, Tom Scanlan says fixed installation IR cameras will proliferate as costs come down #IR11
Exterminators are now using infrared technology to find pests’ hiding places #IR11 @planetextech
First InfraMation was held back in 2000 #!R11; next year’s event heads to Orlando @planetextech
General sessions about to kick-off here in Vegas at InfraMation 2011 #IR11 @planetextech
Anthony Capkun is here at Bally’s in Las Vegas for InfraMation! @planetextech Hopefully, I’ll have my badge soon.
Anthony Capkun is going to InfraMation in Las Vegas @planetextech . Hope to see you there!
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