SCHAD Case Studies Airport SCADA Systems Improve Service Levels
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Airport SCADA Systems Improve Service Levels

SCHAD
Airport SCADA Systems Improve Service Levels
Transportation
Logistics & Warehousing
Process Control & Optimization (PCO)

Modern airports are one of the busiest environments on Earth and rely on process automation equipment to ensure service operators achieve their KPIs. Increasingly airport SCADA systems are being used to control all aspects of the operation and associated facilities. This is because unplanned system downtime can cost dearly, both in terms of reduced revenues and the associated loss of customer satisfaction due to inevitable travel inconvenience and disruption.

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Munich Airport

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As a mobile airport SCADA system, SCHAD Mobile Work Management works by enabling automated systems within an airport to be monitored, controlled and maintained using ordinary mobile devices. Capable of scaling to monitor hundreds of thousands of system parameters (tags), SCHAD Mobile Work Management monitors a wide range of data sources including existing airport SCADA systems, PLCs and databases. Hardware Component: - SCHAD EXTEND7000

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Access Control Status, Control System Alert, Downtime, Facility Management, Operating Cost
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Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)
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[Efficiency Improvement - Maintenance]
Real-time status reports enable maintenance personnel to remotely diagnose the status of a device.
[Process Optimization - Remote Control]
Real-time visibility, monitoring, and control of equipment improves asset and resource efficiency.

Munich Airport experiences on average 200 baggage handling failures per day and SCHAD Mobile Work Management has reduce downtime in each case by 3 minutes each, which, multiplied over the month equates to increased overall capacity levels of 12,000 pieces a day or 360,000 pieces per month.

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