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With the adoption of a ever-growing digital world, Danfoss Industrial Automation has repositioned itself as Danfoss Sensing Solutions, representing the union of application-driven sensor technologies and an unparalleled commitment to helping customers navigate their journey into the digital frontier.

Bert Labots

Bert Labots, the company’s vice president says that global mega trends increase the need for sensing. He says that OEMs, wholesalers, and installers are adapting to it and facing fundamental choices. They’re asking questions like “What is the right path for us?” and “Who will help us make the right decisions as we move along?”

The company’s new name reflects its commitment to embracing that future and intends to communicate that Danfoss is everyone’s partner in navigating their journey across the digital sensor frontier — today and tomorrow.

Paired with the name change, Danfoss customers will benefit from a broader product range, such as pressure transmitters, temperature sensors and position sensors, more and increasingly diverse sensor technologies, and unrivalled support and services for sensor ecosystems, as well as swift and simple customisation.

“As a leading global player, we know that adapting to the rapidly changing digital landscape requires a competent partner. Danfoss Sensing Solutions provides industry-leading know-how and advanced sensor technologies to navigate the way forward for our customers and partners. A crucial part of this journey is to extend our offering within digital sensor connectivity for wired and wireless sensor solutions. Another differentiator is diagnostics and smart sensors that allow for instant programmability and remote technical support on the sensor side,” explains Labots.

Danfoss Sensor Solutions is a global player offering a wide product portfolio within pressure and temperature sensors, and position sensors,  to a wide range of industries, such as mobile hydraulics, marine and offshore, water pumps, wind power, industrial hydraulics, industrial air compressors and more.

Contact Lynne McCarthy, Danfoss South Africa, mccarthyl@danfoss.com

 

 

 

 

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