FLIR Systems Korea (branch manager Lee Hae-dong, www.flir.com) unveiled its FLIR T-Series High Performance Thermal Imaging Cameras at "KORMARINE 2015", which runs for four days from Tuesday the 20th to Friday the 23rd at BEXCO.
Starting its business with the idea, "It is possible to measure whatever we want the way we want", FLIR provides testing and measuring equipment that solves any difficult work and bestows the world's highest level of accuracy and flexibility.
In particular, the FLIR T-Series High Performance Thermal Imaging Cameras are able to rotate and have a quick-image capture mode and an intuitive touchscreen.
The cameras are suitable for tests and predictive maintenance of various industrial facilities. With the viewing angle matching function, one can automatically match a viewing angle of a built-in digital camera to that of a thermal camera lens. With the compass function, cameras embed pointing directions in all thermal images. The cameras also have an IR window correction function. Another advantage is that they can create professional reports in PDF format by using the dates.
FLIR is the world's largest industrial IR technology developer. It has over 50 years of experience and technology in the development of high-performance infrared cameras. The company has contributed to life-saving missions, military operations, and the protection of national boundaries and various facilities.
Held biennially since 1978, KORMARINE is an exhibition that focuses on shipbuilding, marine, oil, and gas industries. Taking place at BEXCO in Busan, it is a representative event of the domestic shipbuilding industry. There are 15 halls for the participating countries, and 1,200 companies are running 2,220 booths.
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