Teaches Proper Setup and Use of Thermal Imagers
Burlington, NJ May 14, 2020 -- Infraspection Institute announced today the launch of a new online training course, Infrared Body Temperature Screening. The course covers how to properly select, setup, and operate a thermal imaging system to detect potentially febrile persons.
Infraspection Institute’s Director, Jim Seffrin, had this to say: “We are very excited by the launch of our new course. Written by our highly experienced team of Master Thermographers, Infrared Body Temperature Screening, is applicable to all brands of thermal imaging systems and teaches imaging protocols that meet ISO and US FDA requirements as well as industry best practices.”
At the heart of thermal imaging are special cameras that detect and display thermal patterns and temperatures across the surface of an object or being. Also known as infrared cameras, thermal imagers are completely passive and emit no harmful radiation. Worldwide, thermal imaging is used on a daily basis to inspect a wide variety of systems and structures for hidden defects. It also is used by healthcare professionals to aid in the treatment of their patients.
Infraspection Institute is the oldest independent infrared training and infrared certification firm in the world. Founded in 1980, Infraspection Institute has trained and certified over 10,000 thermographers worldwide. With 40 years in business, Infraspection Institute literally pioneered the infrared training industry. During their long history, they have shaped the infrared industry through training, technical consulting, technical publications, research, standards development, and software publishing. For more information, visit www.infraspection.com or call 609-239-4788.