- What is SCADA?
SCADA or Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition is a large scale control system for automated industrial processes like municipal water supplies, power generation, steel manufacturing, gas and oil pipelines etc. SCADA also has applications in large scale experimental facilities like those used in nuclear fusion.
- Why SCADA?
SCADA is an acronym that denotes Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition. SCADA is a control system with applications in managing large-scale, automated industrial operations. Factories and plants, water supply systems, nuclear and conventional power generator systems etc are a few examples.
- SCADA Programming
SCADA or Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition is a distributed measurement and control system for large-scale industrial automation. SCADA has applications in automated operations like chemical manufacturing and transport, supply systems and power generation.
- SCADA in
Elsewhere on this site we saw the fundamentals of SCADA and how it has emerged. In this article we will examine some of the challenges and applications that need to be met in order for SCADA to remain relevant to the new needs.