On November 17, Procentec will launch a new bundle of products designed to optimize network control. Taking place virtually, the event invites all PROFIBUS, PROFINET, and Industrial Ethernet users to take a look at two new solutions which enable more overview and more insight.
Pieter Barendrecht, CEO of Procentec shared his enthusiasm regarding the upcoming releases: “These products are something field technicians have been longing for. A one-to-one digital session with our crew will be an eye-opening event for them. Our latest products will cut down on unnecessary engineer callouts, reduce the time spent on finding network errors, and provide clear advice on how to troubleshoot. They really do take diagnostics and monitoring to a new level.”
Particularly two products will be attracting the most attention. The first one is a brand-new product that will significantly reduce production downtime once installed. The second one provides an intuitive helicopter view of the entire network, yet it allows technicians to drill down to the last device and get that all important diagnostic information.
“We’re going to be launching in one go much more than we usually do”
Barendrecht didn’t reveal the names of these two products or the other eight major product releases and scale-ups. But he guarantees that the launch will be well worth attending, even though this year will take place as a virtual event.
“Because of the black swan event this year, we’ve postponed all our releases until SPS Connect,” he explained. “So, we’re going to be launching in one go much more than we usually do. Even so, each release complements perfectly all the other great products in our portfolio.”
The launch is timed to immediately precede SPS Connect, which this year takes place on 24-26 November. Just like the traditional version, the virtual exhibition will be connecting manufacturers and users of smart and digital automation. Procentec’s stand will offer visitors a grand tour of the company, a hands-on explanation of their new solutions, plus a few surprises.