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The future of baking is now

PreciBake combines intelligent sensor technology with cloud services for added efficiency during the baking process.

The ambitious young company has been able to welcome a range of cooperation partners consisting of renowned original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) over the past year.
As a result, PreciBake systems, such as the Virtual Baker and the BakeIT Cloud are now available with even more ovens of different manufacturers. In this context, the configuration for the BakeIT Cloud, a cloud system with easy-to-understand display options and a comprehensive analysis tool for a wide range of baking processes, was also expanded.
“The BakeIT Cloud can collect and exchange data from different baking equipment and manufacturers across the entire process chain. In the age of hypermobility, this unique service now makes managing processes – down to the last detail – possible regardless of the location,” explains Laura Horstmann, who founded PreciBake at the end of 2012 with Dr.-Ing. Ingo Stork-Wersborg.
“This step was necessary, since bakeries usually work with many different ovens at different locations. Now, there’s nothing standing in the way of setting up an extensive network for ovens and baking lines,” says Horstmann.
In addition to the Virtual Baker and the BakeIT Cloud, PreciBake has also started to offer the PB Connect and Virtual
Quality Officer this year. With the latter, PreciBake can now monitor the entire production line and thus the pre- and post-production steps involved in the baking process.

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