In the world of SCADA, there are two types of orientation: horizontal and vertical. The orientation property is used to specify the type of data that is being displayed on a screen:
Horizontal orientation: This type of orientation displays data in columns.
Vertical orientation: This type of orientation displays data in rows.
The orientation property can be used for different purposes in the SCADA. For example, it can be used to differentiate between objects that are facing north and those that are facing south. It can also be used to calculate the angle of the object and its position relative to another object.