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SCADA: Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

Unified industrial software platform that delivers real-time management, visualization, analytics, and control across thousands of mobile touchpoints.

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Platform agnostic SCADA solutions

Our platform-agnostic approach ensures flexibility and customization in SCADA system integration. We select the best SCADA platform based on critical factors like project needs, corporate standards, automation equipment, regional support, licensing, and IT system compatibility. This tailored approach enhances efficiency, reliability, and cost-effectiveness, while simplifying maintenance for our customers' industrial processes.
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Understanding the layers behind the graphics

With a deep-rooted understanding of both machinery and the intricate technological and logistical processes we design and implement advanced SCADA systems, ensuring seamless integration and superior control of industrial operations. By leveraging an intimate knowledge of the machines and the underlying processes, we can deliver tailored solutions that enhance productivity, reliability, and scalability.
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Industry 5.0 standards in UX development

We leverage Industry 5.0 standards to unify SCADA interfaces, creating a seamless user experience. Prioritizing situational awareness, we present real-time data and alerts clearly to aid informed decision-making and error prevention. Optimized workflows guide users efficiently, minimizing the need for extensive manuals and reducing learning curves.
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Supporting real-time informed decisions

The system optimizes industrial operations with real-time monitoring, control, and comprehensive data analysis. It supports trend analysis, and strategic decision-making. Mobile and HTML5-compliance enable remote access and collaboration and historical playback aids in troubleshooting and training. Integrated data visualization and alarm management empower informed decisions and efficient, centralized management.
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Supervisory Control and Data
Acquisition – SCADA

SCADA system is an advanced framework, essential for industrial control and monitoring. It enables efficient operation, real-time monitoring, and comprehensive analysis of complex, geographically dispersed processes requiring precise control.

At its core, SCADA system consists of a central supervisory computer, remote terminal units (RTUs), programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and a robust communication infrastructure. RTUs and PLCs, distributed throughout a facility or across multiple sites, interface directly with machinery, sensors, and control devices to collect real-time data on parameters such as temperature, pressure, flow rate, and voltage. The central system processes this data, providing operators with graphical interfaces for monitoring and control, while managing alarms and logging data for analysis.

SCADA system offers significant returns through improved efficiency, enhanced reliability, and precise control, making it versatile and essential for modern industrial operations across various sectors.

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Real-time data acquisition
and visualization

SCADA’s real-time monitoring and control manages a range of input-output (I/O) points, from a few hundred to tens of thousands. The system interface connects directly to machinery, sensors, and control devices, collecting real-time data on parameters such as temperature, pressure, flow rate, and voltage. This data is transmitted to a central SCADA system, where it is processed, monitored, and analysed.

The human-machine interface (HMI) presents the data in a user-friendly format, enabling operators to visualize complex processes through charts, graphs, and virtual mimic panels. This setup allows operators to quickly detect and respond to anomalies, inefficiencies, or emergencies. The system can also generate alerts or alarms when specific thresholds are crossed, ensuring immediate attention to critical issues.

Remote monitoring and control
for large-scale operations

Beyond monitoring, SCADA offers robust control capabilities. Operators can observe and remotely control processes, adjusting settings, starting, or stopping operations, and managing entire workflows directly from the SCADA interface. Mobile and HTML5-compliant systems ensure that information is accessible anytime and anywhere, which is particularly beneficial for large-scale operations spread over vast geographical areas, such as utility networks or oil and gas pipelines.

SCADA also excels in data logging and historical data analysis. It stores extensive operational data, which can be used for trend analysis, performance optimization, and predictive maintenance. This historical data supports informed, data-driven decision-making, enhancing efficiency and reducing operational costs. Given their role in controlling critical infrastructure, SCADA incorporates robust security measures, such as encryption, authentication protocols, and network security tools, to protect sensitive industrial data from unauthorized access and cyber threats.


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customized solution

We specialize in improving and developing monitoring and control systems for both existing and new platforms. As the endorsed system integrators for AVEVA (Wonderware), we specialize in their solutions. However, our expertise extends to integrating a wide range of systems, including Siemens (WinCC), Rockwell (FactoryTalk), GE (iFix), PcVue and others, ensuring enhanced security and long-term sustainability.

Based on an initial assessment of the customer’s operational needs, goals, and existing infrastructure, we design SCADA systems that integrate seamlessly with current processes and equipment. We customize the user interface and functionality to enhance user experience and operational efficiency. Our designs prioritize scalability and flexibility, allowing for future modifications and expansions without significant overhauls.

Development, testing,
and simulation

Our SCADA system development process includes setting up data acquisition layers, control algorithms, and visualization dashboards. Before deployment, we simulate the entire system to test functionality and ensure it meets all predefined requirements. This simulation phase helps identify and address potential issues, reducing the likelihood of problems during live operations. This is particularly crucial for customers using valuable raw materials, as errors can lead to significant financial and environmental risks.

To ensure thorough testing, we conduct live Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) at our location or on-site with the customer. We also offer a remote FAT simulation environment, allowing remote participation in testing. During the COVID-19 lockdowns, we maintained project continuity by establishing a “professional streaming studio” in our assembly hall and developed a “transparent deployment” protocol. This setup enabled customers to monitor the operation of the production lines and test the SCADA systems in real-time, ensuring our high standards of quality and reliability were upheld.



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Training, support,
and optimization

We handle the physical installation of SCADA hardware and software, ensuring compliance with all safety and industry standards, followed by thorough commissioning to integrate the system with onsite operations. This includes comprehensive testing of all components within the customer’s operational environment. We provide extensive training for the operational and technical staff, covering daily operations, troubleshooting, and basic maintenance procedures, along with detailed documentation including system blueprints, user manuals, and maintenance guides.

Once the system is operational, we offer ongoing support and maintenance, including regular system checks, updates, and performance optimizations to ensure optimal functionality and adaptability to evolving needs. We maintain efficient communication channels, allowing customers to receive help from the same engineer who developed their solution.

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Frequently Asked Questions

SCADA stands for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. It is a system used for monitoring and controlling industrial processes remotely. SCADA collects data from sensors and machines, sends this data to a central computer, and then uses software to analyse and display this data, allowing operators to control the processes based on the information.
Yes, SCADA systems are designed for high compatibility, allowing them to integrate seamlessly with existing hardware and software infrastructure. This integration process typically involves evaluating the current infrastructure to identify integration points, planning the integration timeline and resources, and gradually deploying the system to minimize disruptions.

Custom interfaces, drivers, or scripts are often developed to bridge any gaps between the SCADA system and unique hardware or software components. Finally, the system platform is configured using its tools to map existing data sources, ensuring enhanced monitoring and control without the need for a complete system overhaul.
As integrators, we can work with any SCADA system or provider. We are particularly specialized as endorsed system integrators for AVEVA (Wonderware) solutions. Additionally, our expertise extends to integrating a wide range of other systems, including Siemens (WinCC), Rockwell (FactoryTalk), GE (iFix), and more. This flexibility ensures we can deliver enhanced security and long-term sustainability for your operations.
Yes, one of the key advantages of SCADA systems is their scalability. They can be expanded to accommodate organizational growth or increased operations, making them suitable for a wide range of applications and various sizes of organizations. This scalability is achieved through a modular architecture, allowing new modules or components to be added as needed.

Network infrastructure can be upgraded to support additional devices and higher data throughput. Scalable databases effectively manage growing data volumes, and licenses can be purchased incrementally, aligning costs with growth, and ensuring flexibility. As a result, SCADA systems enhance the ability to monitor and control a larger number of devices and processes, leading to improved operational efficiency.
SCADA systems collect extensive data from various sensors and machines, which is then processed and analysed to generate meaningful insights. The integrated reporting tools in SCADA software produce real-time reports and historical trends, aiding in decision-making and process optimization. One notable feature is Historical Playback, which allows users to review historical data as if it were occurring in real-time.

This is particularly useful for analysing past events, troubleshooting issues, and training operators by replaying data trends and alarms exactly as they happened. The synoptic display can be navigated through time, enabling users to analyse the status of the entire area on the screen during any unusual event. Additionally, users can create and customize dashboards to visualize key performance indicators (KPIs) and other critical metrics, tailored to specific operational needs.
SCADA systems are designed to be user-friendly, featuring intuitive interfaces and visualization tools. While basic operation is typically straightforward, specialized training is recommended to fully utilize the system's capabilities, ensure secure and efficient operation, and manage complex scenarios.

To support users, we provide comprehensive documentation, including system descriptions and user manuals. Training programs are available on-site or remotely, offering flexibility to meet the needs of various organizations and users. Additionally, we offer training programs for different skill levels and familiarize users with the system during the development phase through Transparent deployment protocols, as well as Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) and Site Acceptance Testing (SAT) being conducted jointly with the client.
Security is a crucial aspect of SCADA systems due to their role in controlling critical infrastructure. SCADA systems incorporate various security features such as encryption, user authentication, and authorization controls to protect sensitive industrial data from unauthorized access and cyber threats.

The system is integrated with the operating system's domain for enhanced security, and communication between servers is secured using certificates to ensure safe data exchange. Additionally, we implement different levels of user permissions to prevent unauthorized users from accidentally impacting the monitored and controlled production process.

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