Scada diagram
  • SCADA

Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) is a system of software and hardware elements that allows industrial organizations to:

  • Control industrial processes locally or at remote locations
  • Monitor, gather, and process real-time data
  • Directly interact with devices such as sensors, valves, pumps, motors, and more through human-machine interface (HMI) software
  • Record events into a log file

SCADA systems are crucial for industrial organizations since they help to maintain efficiency, process data for smarter decisions, and communicate system issues to help mitigate downtime.
The basic SCADA architecture begins with programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or remote terminal units (RTUs). PLCs and RTUs are microcomputers that communicate with an array of objects such as factory machines, HMIs, sensors, and end devices, and then route the information from those objects to computers with SCADA software. The SCADA software processes, distributes, and displays the data, helping operators and other employees analyze the data and make important decisions.

Our SCADA applications combine high-performance, high-availability, broad scalability and platform independence in a manner that maximizes return-on investment (ROI) while minimizing the total cost of ownership (TCO) over the entire system lifecycle.

Let us work with you

scada program screen
trend-chart
Scada communication
Scada control components