SBIR Scheduled to Unveil New Booth Design at SPIE DSS 2012
Santa Barbara Infrared Inc. would like to invite you by booth #1902 to see our new booth design and featured products on display at this years SPIE Defense & Security Conference held at the Baltimore Convention Center from April 23rd thru April 27th.
SBIR will be in a 20 ft. x 30 ft. island both with various products on display including two large test station areas with a commercial test system and a military tester running our IRWindows automated EO test software. So be sure to stop by to see some of the latest in EO test equipment.
We will also be providing demo discs of our latest automated test software-- IRWindows4. After the show, SBIR will follow up by hosting a free WebEx online seminar to get each member started using the software. It will be held on Wednesday, May 9th at 10:30 am PST. Be sure to stop by and grab your copy and reserve your seat for this popular and valuable training opportunity.
We look forward to seeing you all!
45th Annual IR Detector & System Applications 5-day Short Course at UCSB
For the past 45 years, the University of California at Santa Barbara has offered the Infrared Detector and System Applications Course. This is a one week short course in their post graduate extension program. The dates for the course are June 18th thru June 22nd, 2012. This has been a very successful short course program, each year attracting a large number of participants from the military, aerospace, scientific and commercial IR communities.
Santa Barbara Infrared has participated in this program for many years, providing an exhibit of test equipment during their Thursday lab session on testing. Later in the evening SBIR hosts an off-site demonstration of live testing of infrared cameras where guests are welcomed to an open discussion on test theory and applications.
Visit:http://www.extension.ucsb.edu/infrared for course details and logistics. If you do plan on attending the course, please leave Thursday evening open for a visit to our facility for food, drinks and a demonstration of camera testing.