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Powersoft to launch new approach for system design and control this October

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Powersoft launch event

Powersoft, the Italian amplifier specialist, will be presenting a new approach for system design and control on 1 October 2020 in a special virtual session.

Powersoft is pleased to announce that it will be launching a new way to design, control and manage even the most complex install projects. In a dedicated online session on 1 October, the company will present its new decentralised and simplified approach to system design.

This innovative new solution has many features, including an embedded matrix; distributed, embedded processing and I/O; and physical and digital controls

Clever interaction, lighter installations

The tagline for the event – clever interaction, lighter installations – communicates Powersoft’s mission to streamline the design, management and control of professional projects. As a result of this key expansion of the company’s services, integrators will have the ability to configure and deploy intricate systems with less equipment and wiring.

System integrators will be able to benefit from numerous new features, for example multiple linked workspaces and synchronisation modes, as well as control and view modes.

There will be three editions of the virtual launch session, taking into account different timezones around the world. These are:

  • Thursday 1 October 2020: 9:00 AM – 10:15 AM CEST
  • Thursday 1 October 2020: 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM CEST
  • Thursday 1 October 2020: 8:00 PM – 9:15 PM CEST

To register for a place on one of the sessions and be the first to learn about Powersoft’s new solution, please click here.

This month, the company is also celebrating the launch of its redesigned website, which now boasts improved navigation and functionality. It features a clean layout and straightforward navigation structure, making it simple to find the relevant information. The new website is also fully responsive and compatible with all browsers, including those on mobile devices.

Earlier this year, Powersoft launched MeMo, a high performance, ultra-low frequency transducer amplifier bundle for the home cinema and gaming markets.

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