Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Number of Case Studies62
A.P. Plasman, Inc. Case Study
A.P. Plasman, Inc. Case Study
The A.P. Plasman Corporation manages multiple facilities with multiple processes, and when they were looking for an automation solution for their paint facility in Tecumseh, they were looking for a solution that could restrict access, deploy easily, and provide the ability to modify the application quickly to suit changing needs.
Endeco Case Study
Endeco Case Study
Endeco needed a way to consolidate and visualize real time data from an aggregated demand site unit (DSU), an aggregation of site loads and generators which allows many sites to be combined in a virtual power plant through reduction of site loads or ramping up of generation.
SCADA System for Oil Pumping Rig RTUs
SCADA System for Oil Pumping Rig RTUs
To develop a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system for 10,000 remote terminal units (RTUs).
Number of Software7
Status Enterprise
Status Enterprise
Consolidate and Organize Disparate Data for Real-Time Monitoring and ControlStatus Enterprise collects and organizes data from hundreds of potential sources for real-time visualization, automation, and analysis. Data is collected from various locations and aggregated into an information model. The system is open, accessible by REST, OPC UA or our .NET object model. Clients can view screens from a high performance Windows client, or any mobile device supporting HTML 5 - including iPhone, iPad, Android devices and desktop browsers.
Status Machine
Status Machine
Status Machine Edition is an easy to use HMI/SCADA data monitoring system designed for quick results. Design, connect and view your real time data in minutes.
CitiWorx Sensing Platform
CitiWorx Sensing Platform
Long-Range Sensing Hardware, Cloud Analytics, and Real-Time VisualizationCities today are tasked with managing ever-increasing populations and demand for limited resources, while combating pollution and ensuring a cleaner, safer, and healthier environment for citizens both today and tomorrow.CitiWorx is comprised of a cloud based solution for monitoring vast numbers of assets in real time, including equipment, signs, sensors and key performance indicators (KPI). The system also provides a vital set of tools for monitoring resources including vehicles, traffic and public transportation. Users can access the system with any mobile device or tablet with a web browser.
Number of Suppliers32
B-SCADA
B-Scada provides software and hardware solutions for the monitoring and analysis of real time data in the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition), IoT (Internet of Things) and Smart City domains. B-Scada systems are sold worldwide in various verticals including: building automation, transportation, smart grid, manufacturing, agriculture and commerce. B-Scada solutions are deployed onsite and as cloud-hosted solutions in a SaaS (Software as a Service) model.
Wireless Automation Group
Wireless Automation Group (WAG) is a service provider of Machine to Internet Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (M2i-SCADA) for wireless terrestrial infrastructure systems, originally designed for the Marginal Oil and Gas operations located in rural environments. They are also the manufacturer’s representative of M2i-SCADA wireless products.Year founded: 2015
SCHAD
Schad seeks to develop a global standard for the mobile operation, control and maintenance of automated systems using an ordinary mobile device. The company's flagship solution, EXTEND7000, is a Mobile SCADA and maintenance tool that gives plant engineers responsible for operations and maintenance activities both SCADA notifications and full visibility and control of automation systems.
Number of Events1
NextGen SCADA Europe 2018
NextGen SCADA Europe 2018
Number of Use Cases3
Intelligent Urban Water Supply
Intelligent Urban Water Supply
Intelligent Urban Water Supply Management refers to a cloud service that provides a fully integrated multi-function, multi-service, multi-role and multi-tenant solution.Water, after air, is the second most critical natural resource our lives depend upon. Maintaining adequate clean and safe water supply to urban residents has become ever-challenging. This is especially so under the pressure from the rapid urbanization of the populations in developing countries and increasingly severe constraints of available water resources in many parts of the world. The situation is exacerbated by the inadequate and aging equipment deployed in the water supply infrastructure and the ineffectiveness in the management of the operations of the equipment. The consequence of these conditions impacts to the health and quality of lives of millions of urban residents. 
Outage Management System
Outage Management System
An Outage Management System (OMS) is a computer system used by operators of electric distribution systems to assist in restoration of power. At the core of a modern outage management system is a detailed network model of the distribution system. The utilities Geographic Information System (GIS) is usually the source of this network model. By combining the locations of outage calls from customers, a rules engine is used to predict the locations of outages.For instance, since the distribution system is primarily tree-like or radial in design, all calls in a particular area downstream of a fuse could be inferred to be caused by a single fuse or circuit breaker upstream of the calls. The outage calls are usually taken by call takers in a call center utilizing a customer information system (CIS). Another common way for outage calls to enter into the CIS (and thus the OMS) is by integration with an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system. The CIS is also the source for all the customer records which are linked to the network model.Customers are typically linked to the transformer serving their residence or business. It is important that every customer be linked to a device in the model so that accurate statistics are derived on each outage. Customers not linked to a device in the model are referred to as "fuzzies."
Gas Detection Predictive Maintenance
Gas Detection Predictive Maintenance
Operators use gas detection devices to monitor and prevent gas leaks.Detection of gas levels and leakages in industrial environments, surroundings of chemical factories and inside mines involves significant costs, and is of crucial importance for operating safety. While preventive maintenance could provide for another IIoT solution, at remote sites it is costly and sometimes ineffective.
Number of Terms3
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
SCADA is an industrial control system typically used for geographically dispersed assets, often scattered over large distances.
S7comm (S7)
S7comm (S7)
The S7 protocol is designed for transfering the data into the SCADA systems via the Ethernet.
Industrial Control System (ICS)
Industrial Control System (ICS)
Industrial control system is a general term that encompasses several types of control systems used in industrial production, including supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, distributed control systems (DCS), and other smaller control system configurations such as programmable logic controllers (PLC) often found in the industrial sectors and critical infrastructures.
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