One of the country’s leading drone and remote sensing tech businesses has launched a new training centre in Lancaster. iRed, which is headquartered in Emsworth near Portsmouth in Hampshire, has been providing training for 15 years.
Leading infrared and drone specialists iRed is to take its skills into schools after becoming the first DJI educational partner in the UK.
The infrared and drone specialist iRed has recorded a turnover of £1m for the first time – after a 300 per cent revenue increase in 2018.
Housing developers and homeowners could quickly identify issues with new-build properties using thermal imaging technology, according to a leading tech business. iRed, which already works with several major homebuilders in the UK, says that the technology is ideal for finding heat loss in buildings.
The leading infrared, drone deployment and training company iRed has appointed two new senior staff to its growing workforce. Chris Allington is a non-executive director and Lisa Webber is working as its new Finance Director.
Pioneering infrared company iRed has officially partnered with the University of Portsmouth in order to drive research into the energy efficiency of buildings.
Pioneering Hampshire company iRed has been awarded the Investors in People Small Business Accreditation.
MP Alan Mak has hailed Hampshire-based business iRed as the type of company that is leading Britain’s future. The thermal imaging pioneers were early to utilise drones in order to enhance the capability of the technology.
A market-leading thermal imaging company that works for some of the biggest developers in the country is sharing with building professionals the benefits of its technology. iRed, based in Emsworth, Hampshire, has launched a course that demonstrates how thermography can detect air leakage, missing insulation and heat loss from domestic and commercial properties.
The Hampshire-based industry-leading thermal imaging company iRed has launched a new training course – in Equine Thermography. It explains how the use of thermal imaging cameras and correct interpretation of data can identify medical issues with horses.
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