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Where is SCADA Used? Examples of SCADA Systems

SCADA stands for supervisory control and data acquisition. You use SCADA systems and technology to manage a wide variety of gear. Typically, SCADA systems are used to automate complex processes where human control is impractical. This can include the challenges of proving 24/7 monitoring. Staffing logistics and costs can quickly create value for implementing basic SCADA control systems.

Systems where there are many control factors can also benefit from SCADA systems. Careful construction of rule-sets can assist system operators with routine management functions. Systems utilizing a master station to handle remote terminal units (RTUs) allow your human assets to focus on analysis and decisions.

Around the world, SCADA networks and systems control:

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