FLIR InfraCanada 2019 Concludes in the Falls
FLIR Canada recently held its InfraCanada 2019 event at the Marriott Niagara Falls Fallsview in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The event hosted 60 people, and allowed infrared thermographers to learn and share skills.
“InfraCanada in its 11th year, has got better each year and I believe the user-generated content today was superior,” said Greg Bork, Director of Sales, FLIR Canada.
“It is very gratifying to see a great turnout of new and veteran infrared thermographers sharing and learning new skills and applications. Paul Frisk has done a fantastic job of creating a fun and informative series every year.”
Bork welcomed attendees to the event and emphasized FLIR’s commitment to the industry, as well as its growth in the Canadian market.
Dubbed as “Canada’s only facility maintenance and infrared imaging conference,” it brought infrared professionals together to share their knowledge and network. Topics covered included: Diagnosis Sickness within the Building Envelope; Employee Based Reliability; Thermal Imaging Success and Failure, Views from the insurance world; Quantifiable Energy Audit; and Integrated GIS for Building Sciences utilizing FLIR Infrared Technologies and Transport Canada Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (Drones); among others.
The event was the last of three to be held in 2019, with earlier stops in Banff, Alberta, and Mont Tremblant, Quebec.
Mario CywinskiMario Cywinski is the Editor of Machinery and Equipment MRO magazine, a member of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada, and a judge for Canadian Truck King Challenge. He has over 10 years of editorial experience and over 15 years of automobile industry experience, as well as small business industry experience.
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