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MoviTHERM - Advanced Thermography Solutions is a FLIR Systems, Inc. distributor for Flir thermal cameras and application specific thermal imaging solutions. The company offers infrared thermal imaging systems for remote monitoring, automated thermal imaging and non-destructive testing. Thermal imaging solutions include: Non-Destructive Test Systems for Flash/Pulse Thermography, Transient Thermography and Lockin Thermography for Carbon Composites, thermal monitoring for electrical sub-stations, fire detection, critical vessel monitoring, condition and machine monitoring, gas flare stack monitoring, thermal package seal inspection systems, optical gas leak detection and many other temperature related process control and monitoring applications. MoviTHERM also provides components for integrators that would like to build their own thermal imaging systems, such as thermal cameras, protective housing and enclosures for aerospace, oil and gas, industrial, general manufacturing and research.

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Webinar: Using IoT for Early Fire Detection Applications

POSTED 03/02/2022

Irvine, CA, – Today, MoviTHERM announced the release of a two-part webinar series, Using IoT for Early Fire Detection Applications, in response to the rising fire outbreaks in recycling facilities and other industrial settings.

The webinar will address the evolution of early fire detection and how leveraging the internet of things (IoT) with infrared technology is revolutionizing how industrial facilities can prevent fire outbreaks.

“With more reported fires each year, it is important for industrial companies to know what early fire detection solutions are available to them. Just as critical is knowing how to choose the correct one based on their needs,” said Markus Tarin, President & CEO of MoviTHERM.

“We want to educate viewers on the value of implementing the internet of things for early fire detection applications. Early fire detection has evolved tremendously, and there are many groundbreaking capabilities the public isn’t aware of.”

The webinar series will cover topics like:

  • Benefits of using thermal imaging cameras
  • Advantages of leveraging the industrial internet of things (IoT)
  • Demonstrate the MoviTHERM iEFD Cloud software application

Using IoT for Early Fire Detection Applications will be available to anyone interested in the latest early fire detection advancements. The free two-part webinar series will take place Wednesday, March 16, at 11 am PT, and Wednesday, March 30, at 11 am PT.

To register for the webinar, click here.