Pro-face America - HMI and Industrial PC Supplier
Pro-face is a leading global supplier of a broad range of industrial automation hardware and software solutions. Our principal products include the Pro-face brand operator interfaces, HMI software, and industrial computers. Pro-face offers dedicated and PC-based, open-architecture, visualization and control solutions.
The Pro-face North America office is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan at our state of the art facility, where we have quarterly product training sessions for customers. Pro-face America is supported by 17 major offices and over 1200 representatives around the world.
In 2012, Pro-face adopted a new logo and tag line, along with a ring of color that represents our continued efforts towards customer care and innovative technology.
"The Pro-face Ring is a key object that speaks of our connections. The design signifies the close and unbreakable connection that Pro-face has with its customers, expressing this with color and movement.
The blue ring represents the Pro-face DNA we have developed over many years.
The color ring represents our evolution alongside our customers.
The Pro-face ring is a part of every tool that Pro-face produces, expressing the idea that Pro-face is a global brand with a sense of connection and unity."
Learn more about Pro-face and our mission:
- 1st to market with Touch Screen, Flat Panel and Operator Interface
- #1 in investment protection, maintaining cutout compatibility for over 20 years
- #1 in hardware and software connectivity
- Manufacturer of the original QuickPanel™
- 35+ years of industrial HMI solutions
- Over 1.5 million operator Interfaces in use today
- Installed in more than 300,000 factory-floor systems worldwide
- Serving 50 countries and expanding
Pro-face is installed in the world’s most recognized manufacturing facilities providing smooth operations.
Find us here (and other places):
|Industrial||Automotive||Food and Beverage|
|Packaging||Material Handling||Oil and Gas|
Industry leading technology solving today’s toughest factory problems.