TVR June Newsletter

By 05/06/2023News

 

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TVR June Newsletter

Hello everyone and welcome to our June newsletter! 
 
We hope you have been enjoying the lovely weather over the bank holiday. We have had a very exciting month and have some great stories and pictures to share with you, including a great collaboration with Hilti and an unexpected, beautiful sky over Silverstone. 
 
EIS Silverstone 16th May
 
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An absolute fantastic venue. We were treated with fantastic views of the racecourse, including a breathtaking rainbow the evening prior to the event. It was great to meet people across the automotive industry, show-off our range of cameras and generate interest in their capabilities. 

 
AMRC Sheffield 24th May 
 
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We had a great opportunity at AMRC to collaborate with Hilti. They had an enormous diamond wire saw, cutting through huge steel tubes and they kindly let us capture the event with a high-speed thermal camera. 

 

At AMRC it was also great fun showing off our new thermal selfie printer and seeing people’s reaction. 

 
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EDS Coventry 2023 10th -12th October 
 
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We are pleased to announce that TVR will be at one of the biggest engineering showcase of the year, the Engineering Design Show at The Coventry Building Society Arena. In collaboration with Teledyne FLIR we will showing off our biggest range of cameras to date.

What this space for more details! 

 

Competition Winners 

 

We are happy to announce the lucky winner of our first FLIR giveaway at Silverstone was Martin from JCB who has already received his camera. 

For our second giveaway the lucky winner is Johnathan from AMRC! Congratulations to both and please look out for our next competition coming soon. 

 

Contact Us! 
 

If you feel inspired and think you want thermal imaging, you can book a free consultation with our sales engineers Andy or Matthew on the link below. 

https://calendly.com/thermal-vision-research/quick-chat 

We look forward to hearing from you. Stay tuned for more exciting updates and announcements in the next edition of our newsletter. 

Thank you for your continued support! 

Marialta 

TVR Marketing Leader

 

Application Stories

 

 
If you have a few minutes why not take alook at some of are recently published application stories

 

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Using thermal imaging to visualise airflow

 

ARA wanted to test out its Hybrid Laminar Flow Control theory, which proposes that creating a porous section at the front of the aeroplane wing will control the point of transition of airflow to reduce the effect of turbulence and improve fuel consumption.

ARA operates a large scale transonic wind tunnel, essentially a high speed wind tunnel, at speeds up to Mach 1.4 (1000 mph) for testing aeroplane models. Due to the turbulence that air creates at such high speeds, the point of transition for airflow changes by less than one degree centigrade, so exceptionally accurate thermal measurement was needed.

 

Click here to read more

 

On the right track: 

Rail operator Northern is trialing a new state-of-the-art train to help radically improve infrastructure issues and highlight damaged tracks, led by FLIR’s industry-leading thermographic cameras.

Previously, problems with the line, such as corroded or missing overhead cables, could only be detected in person. This meant staff had to physically walk the line and look for the source of the problem between segments of the track known to be operational.

 

 
 

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