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Available Articles – 2019
|Nine Steps to Setting Up an Infrared Inspection Program||Jim Seffrin|
|Using Thermal Imaging to Detect Moisture Intrusion into a Cold Molded Boat Hull||John (Jack) N. Allinson, II AMS Level III Certified Infrared Thermographer|
Allinson Infrared Inspection Services, Inc.
|The Use of Infrared and Solar-blind UV Cameras and UAS / Drones to Inspect Utility Transmission Lines||James Brady|
Level III Certified Infrared Thermographer
Brady Infrared Inspections, Inc.
|Simplified Calibration of Radiometric Equipment||Michael R. Sharlon|
Level III Certified Infrared & Master Thermographer
|Infrared and Art: Using Infrared Photography in Art Conservation and History||Austin P. Tucker|
AVP, PI Risk Services, Global Risk Solutions QBE North America
|Remote Monitoring with Ultrasound: Solutions for Improved Equipment Reliability||Adrian Messer|
Manager of US Operations
UE Systems, Inc.
|Drones Fly Beyond Inspections||Efficient Plant|