Companies benefit particularly strongly from the ever-evolving GEA Omni control panel. GEA is discussing the subject of digital control of industrial refrigeration systems in its first Cooling Club webinar of the year entitled, “Improve Your Bottom Line with the Energy-saving GEA Omni Control Panel”. The webinar will take place from 4:00- 5:00pm Central European Time on Thursday, March 18, 2021.
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This free-of-charge webinar is open to industry professionals who will have the opportunity to listen to, and interact with, GEA experts Tom Eelen and Wilco Kanters to learn more about how advanced digital control panel technology can improve bottom-line results by minimizing energy use and reducing production downtime.
Topics of the virtual Cooling Club:
- How the industry is benefiting from GEA’s latest control panel innovation;
- Ways by which refrigeration system efficiency can be increased;
- How GEA Omni can reduce production downtime;
- Demonstration of GEA Omni’s capabilities and ease of use;
- Updates on GEA Omni’s most-recently-added and soon-to-be-added features like artificial intelligence;
- Insight into how companies can benefit from this advanced digital technology.
The presenters will draw from their decades-long experiences in the industrial refrigeration space and provide eye-opening insight into the path ahead for users of industrial refrigeration systems.
Tom Eelen has been working in refrigeration working in refrigeration system sales for more than 20 years. He joined GEA in 2004 where he is, after several positions, Head of Sales and Sales Support for Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. His focus is on sustainable energy solutions in cooling and heating for industrial processes. A graduate of KATHO, member of the K.U. Leuven Association, in Kortrijk, Belgium, Tom Eelen holds a diploma in refrigeration and air conditioning.
Wilco Kanters has been working in refrigeration systems for more than 25 years. He joined GEA in 1991 and currently serves as Product Manager System Panels and is responsible for the GEA Omni control panel in Europe. His focus is on specialized process automation for refrigeration and he has introduced a wide range of new products based on the GEA Omni control panel platform.