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What does SCADA stand for?

SCADA stands for Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition.

What is a SCADA?

A SCADA is a category of software applications for controlling industrial processes. This means the gathering of data in real time from remote locations in order to control equipment and conditions.

How does SCADA work?

SCADA connects the sensors that monitor equipment such as motors, pumps, and valves to an onsite or remote server.

Why SCADA important?

SCADA systems allows an organization to carefully study and anticipate the optimal response to measured conditions and execute those responses automatically every time.

Benefits of SCADA:

1. Relying on precise machine control for monitoring equipment and processes virtually eliminates human error.

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