(Supervisory control and Data acquisition)

What is SCADA?

A SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data acquisition) is a collection system of software and hardware components or elements that helps industries supervise their industrial process manually or remotely from a different location. It also gathers, processes, and monitor real-time data. With the help of human-machine software, SCADA can interact with devices like pumps, valves, sensors, etc… and records every event in a log file.


Models of SCADA

  • Dynamic graphics process that helps to monitor and industrial devices from anywhere
  • Alarm handling
  • Trend Curves Patterns
  • Data Access and Retrieval
  • Computer Networking and Processing
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