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Discover how advanced imaging technology is changing the way industry uses thermal imagers. Attendees of this presentation will learn why innovative features like “SuperResolution” and “SiteRecognition” – introduced to the market by Testo – have expanded the basic functionality of thermal imagers to create new applications for industrial thermography.

Date: October 25, 2013
Time: 2 PM EDT (11 AM PDT)
Duration: 1 hour
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Thermal imagers are a highly respected diagnostic tool used by many industries for R&D, product quality, and industrial MRO. This presentation explains how Testo has changed the way thermal imagers are designed, which in turn, has changed the way thermal imagers are being used. Attendees will discover, for example, how "SuperResolution" ensures image quality when inspection and safety conditions warrant against close-up inspection. With another innovation, named "SiteRecognition," measurement sites are automatically recognized and the resulting thermal images correctly archived. This allows periodical inspection tours to be conducted quickly and efficiently. Learn how features like these, made possible with new advances in imaging technology, help plant operators improve electrical and mechanical maintenance, perform quick and easy fluid level checks, and conduct safer high-temperature measurements.

Key Take-Aways

  • Learn how Testo thermal imagers allow the heat status evaluation of low, medium, and high voltage systems
  • Discover how thermal imaging achieves precise visualization of critical temperatures in microelectronics
  • Understand how thermal imagers improve quality control in the production of diecast plastic components
  • Learn how IRSoft thermal imaging software tracks images and locations for efficient archiving


Kevin Lesnewski, North American Product Manager, Testo Inc.

As North American Product Manager for Testo Inc., Kevin Lesnewski oversees expansion of the company's thermal imaging product line. An imaging specialist and industry veteran, Lesnewski holds a Bachelors of Science degree in imaging and photographic technology from Rochester Institute of Technology, NY.