The difference between an orientation property SCADA and a regular SCADA is that orientation property SCADAs have a limited ability to control the process they monitor. They can only operate within certain parameters, while regular SCADAs can make decisions regarding the process they monitor.
Regular SCADAs are often used in commercial settings such as factories or offices, where they collect data from various sensors and send it to other systems for further analysis.
The benefits of using an orientation property SCADA include:
Reduced risk of human error
Reduced downtime due to equipment failures
Improved quality control as it is easier to identify equipment malfunctions