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SCADA is an acronym that stands for Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition. A SCADA system is a type of process automation system that collects data from remote sensors and instruments and transmits and displays it at a central location for control or monitoring.

A SCADA system is a mix of hardware and software that allows for the collection of data and the automation of industrial processes. SCADA links sensors that monitor equipment such as motors, pumps, and valves to an onsite or distant server.

SCADA systems are used by industrial organizations and businesses in both the public and private sectors to control and maintain efficiency, distribute data for better decision-making, and notify system faults to assist reduce downtime.

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

SCADA systems are used to regulate and monitor physical processes such as electricity transmission, gas and oil transit in pipelines, water distribution, traffic lights, and other systems that serve as the foundation of modern society.

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