News & Updates For Thermal Vision
Conference papers presented by Thermal Vision;
March 2019 Thermal Vision Bob Berry presents paper at the Reliability Ireland. “Best Practice thermography for Preventative Maintenance” was well received and led to many questions and much discussion with attendees.
September 2017 Thermal Vision Bob Berry presents paper at the ITC User Conference in Coventry, England. “Problems with using wind and load correction in electrical thermography ” was well received and Bob had numerous discussions with thermographers from around the World.
October 2015 Thermal Vision Bob Berry presents paper at the Flir User Conference in Taby/Stockholm, Sweden. “Integrating thermography for the early detection of Diabetes Mellitus” was well received and Bob had numerous discussions with thermographers from around the World.
May 2014, Thermal Vision Bob Berry presents a paper at the Thermosense conference in Baltimore, USA. The paper titled A combined approach for using thermography for the detection of diabetes mellituswas very well received, and Bob spent time getting to know delegates from around the globe.
October 2011, Thermal Vision Bob Berry presents a paper at the PdmSA conference in South Africa. The paper called Evaluating problems found with thermography was presented at the ABB facility in Johannesburg. Bob was available to meet visitors at the Flir/ITC exhibition stand.
2009The Sixth International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Machinery Failure Prevention Technologies . Paper on Testing and Monitoring in the Building and Construction Industries Using Infrared Thermography.
2008 Flir Users Group conference Paper on Fault classification and cost analysis.
April 2020 Bob Berry is awarded fellowship by BINDT.
February 2017 After an extensive peer review process, Bob Berry is awarded Chartered Status by the Engineering Council.
September 2016 Our introduction of the Flir T1K brings true HD infrared imagery to the Irish market for the first time. 1024 x 768 true pixel detector with 3.1 Megapixels utilising Ultramax. This groundbreaking camera is offered on all surveys as standard, with no additional cost.
September 2015 Bob attends the launch of the Flir T1K (T1030sc), in Paris.
June 2015 Bob attends the Range users group in Taby, Sweden.
April 2015 Bob begins delivering training to R&D and science users to industry and academia.
2014, Bob Berry is awarded MCGI grade by City and Guilds of London. MCGI or membership of City and Guilds is a Professional Recognition Award of the same academic standing as Msc. This awarded under Royal Charter and accredited by OfQual.
2014, Bob Berry is awarded “Membership” grade of IET
2014, Bob Berry is awarded “Membership” grade of IEI.
2013, Bob Berry registered as a professional engineer (IEng)
2013, Bob Berry is appointed Chairman of IACT Board.
2013, Bob Berry successfully renews his PCN Level 3 thermography certification in both electrical and civil applications.
2012, Bob Berry is appointed Director of Condition Monitoring with IACT.
Our Blogpages are now active, we will be trying to make posts at least once per week. Updates here will include details about past and future courses, and as many educational posts as possible.
From July 2011 all our thermography services will now be carried out with a Flir P660, with high-definition 640X480 images and a sensitivity of less than 30mK.
2011, Bob Berry is appointed to the Board of IACT.
2008, Bob Berry is certified by BINDT in Civil and Electrical applications in IRT.
2008, Bob Berry becomes one of the first five people in the world to pass the BINDT certification exams.
2008, Bob Berry is awarded “Membership” grade of BINDT
2005, Bob Berry is appointed licensed thermography instructor.
2004, Bob Berry becomes Irelands first Level 3 certified thermographer (ITC).
2004, Bob Berry awarded “Affiliate” grade of BINDT
1999, Bob Berry becomes member of UKTA