The Melbourne University recently saw a gathering of over 30 key FLIR distributors and personnel who came together for the launch and unveiling of new FLIR products for 2012.
Some of the products introduced at the FLIR meet included the new entry-level i-Series handheld thermal imaging cameras (i3, i5 and i7) in addition to FLIR IR Windows, and the FLIR E30 joining the already class-leading E40, E50 and E60 range in Australia.
The all-day FLIR seminar featured a range of speakers covering new products, IR training and an open-forum exchange of ideas and issues facing the industry.
All participants got a chance to try the new thermal imaging cameras and put them through the paces in a series of DIY tests and thermal imaging procedures.
The University of Melbourne has been involved in accredited Level 1 thermography training for more than a decade, becoming an ITC (Infrared Training Centre) Licensed Training Centre last year.
The seminar concluded at the University House Restaurant where awards were presented in recognition of outstanding sales achievements by Authorised Distributors of FLIR Systems Australia .