FLIR Systems

Infrared Training Center (ITC), is the world leader in the field of thermal imaging training
Advanced training course for integrating FLIR Systems thermal imaging cameras into a network
FLIR Systems is the world's largest supplier of thermal imaging cameras that are being used for a wide variety of night vision applications. As a market-leading enterprise, we would like to share our specialist product knowledge and technology expertise with our partners and other interested parties. Our training organisation, the Infrared Training Center (ITC), is the world leader in the field of thermal imaging training. All of our instructors are themselves certified, and they contribute their experience in a wide range of thermal imaging fields to the seminars.

Thermal imaging cameras are valuable instruments for night vision applications.  FLIR thermal imaging systems are often integrated with other third-party security devices in Security and Surveillance applications. FLIR thermal imagers typically provide an important complement to ordinary daylight cameras in overall video security solutions.

Modern security systems are becoming more and more complex. A security network consists of various types of sensors that need to work together in order to offer maximum coverage. Radar, perimeter and ground sensors, CCTV cameras, thermal imaging cameras and other sensors need to be geo-referenced and interconnected in "slew to cue" configurations.

Flir thermal imaging cameras are valuable instruments for night vision applications
Training courses will help distributors, end-users and system integrators to deploy Nexus
Although there are numerous third-party solutions to integrate thermal imaging cameras into a new or existing security network, FLIR Systems has developed its own powerful technology to help to integrate thermal imaging cameras in large, existing or new, security networks: Nexus.

Nexus is a suite of products that includes both software and hardware tools and components. All these components can easily be integrated with each other.

To help distributors, end-users and system integrators to deploy Nexus, we are organising three-day training courses.

Location

In order to avoid long travelling, training courses are being organised at various locations in EMEA and Asia-Pacific. At the moment, courses are being organised at the following locations:

- Frankfurt, Germany, October 6 - 8, 2009 
- Madrid, Spain, October 20 - 22, 2009
- Shenzhen, China, November 5 - 7, 2009
- Reading, United Kingdom, November 24-26, 2009
- Singapore, Singapore, December 8 - 10, 2009
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 20 - 22, 2010
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