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A SCADA system is a set of hardware and software that allows data to be collected and industrial processes to be automated. Sensors that monitor equipment such as motors, pumps, and valves are connected to an onsite or distant server using SCADA.

A Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system is used by many industrial enterprises. It enables operators to manage equipment and gain access to actionable data. SCADA is a sophisticated control system for gathering, analysing, and visualising data from industrial equipment.

Water and wastewater systems, electric generation, transmission and distribution systems, and oil and gas systems are just a few of the industries that employ SCADA in their daily operations. SCADA is also used extensively in manufacturing plants, food processing facilities, and public transportation networks.

SCADA stands for supervisory control and data acquisition. It is a software and hardware solution that enables industrial companies to: Control industrial processes locally or remotely. Real-time data is monitored, gathered, and processed.

  • For real-time monitoring, analogue inputs are available. Analog inputs allow you to keep track of data in real time across your network.
  • For remote access and control, control relays (SBO points) are used.
  • Web interface with graphics.
  • Alarm descriptions that are meaningful.
  • Durability that is comparable to that of an industrial setting.

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