- Cyber security a priority to protect SCADA systems
- Windows XP in automation – time for action
- Data Access, Mobility: 'Open' for Business
- Selecting the right SCADA technology
- Selecting the right SCADA technology
- Integrating Packaged Equipment
- 5 Minutes to Mobile
- Choosing Industrial Automation Computers - 6 Questions to Ask Your Vendor
- Infusing SCADA Software with Real-Time Power Management Capabilities
- Big Data: How Sensors Can Enable Precise Maintenance & Optimum Equipment Reliability
- Using Technology to Monitor & Maintain Wind Turbines
- SCADA vs. Energy Asset Management Systems
- Yokogawa Appoints Rene Aldana Head of Canadian Business
- OSI to supply EMS/DMS system to KAMO Power
- CSE Semaphore Opens Oil & Gas Center in Calgary
- Yokogawa to Supply Monitoring System for water pipeline
- OSI supplies SCADA system to Basin Electric
- Kepware President and CEO to present at Fall Industrial Automation Events
- Emerson to control hydropower plants in Brazil
- Ultra to announce EnergyGuard at ICS Cyber Security Forum
- AIS adds Progea Movicon 11 SCADA/HMI software
- Exele TopView enters Strategic Partnership with Canary Labs
- GlobaLogix to resell ABB's SCADAvantage software
- MAVERICK Aims to Combat SCADA Cybersecurity Risks
DECEMBER FEATURED PRODUCTS
The 16-page document covers 1200+ data acquisition and control, signal conditioning, and data communication products.
The application software allows the user to configure, acquire, log, display, and analyze data from any of Data Translation’s more than 150 data acquisition modules.
The guide includes both selection criteria and guided workflow steps for choosing an HMI/SCADA software supplier.
WHITE PAPERSview all
By: Tony Paine, Kepware, and Russel Treat, EnerSys
A Distributed Communications Architecture removes the problems found in the Host-Centric Model. This architecture optimizes communications requests between client applications and field devices, minimizing bandwidth usage and cost.
By Larry Combs, InduSoft
Although cloud computing is becoming more common, it’s relatively new for SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) applications. By moving to a cloud-based environment, SCADA providers and users can significantly reduce costs, achieve greater reliability, and enhance functionality.
By Fabio Terezinho, InduSoft
Automating electrical distribution systems by implementing a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system is the one of the most cost-effective solutions for improving reliability, increasing utilization and cutting costs.
CASE STUDIESview all
In this video case study, Dynagen, a Canadian control panel manufacturer, explains how they use Netbiter to remotely monitor gensets, pumps, compressors etc. in the field.
In this video case study, Carl Steffen, Engineering Services Manager at VRTX Technologies, San Antonio, TX, explains how they use Netbiter to remotely monitor their water treatment systems.
By Dave Geswein
Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant is the site of a pilot program using a wireless, automated, remote diagnostic system to monitor generation-critical equipment. The early fault detection provided by such systems could save nuclear plants staff time, trouble, and expensive repairs.
Las Vegas, NV, United States
Remote Monitoring and Control 2013 is the leading event covering SCADA, remote networks, onsite power, and security for remote and distributed assets.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The 6th annual SCADA Asia Summit in Kuala Lumpur, February 2014 will capture the trends, challenges and opportunities through practical case studies from leading Oil & Gas and Utilities from Asia and Australia.
Rotterdam, CO, Netherlands
The show consists of a three-day conference and exhibition and gives visitors the chance to meet industry leaders in automation, instrumentation, tank design, construction and maintenance, as well as innovations in metering & measuring, pumps & valves, loading equipment and inspection & certification services.
Bakersfield, CA, USA
This course combines lecture and hands-on labs to provide an overview of industrial measurement and control. Technicians, engineers, and managers are provided with a foundation for communication with other control system professionals. Serves as a solid fundamental course for introduction to other ISA courses.