Remote control includes a wide range of applications that enable centralized supervision and control over equipment and machinery using sensors to provide operational visibility, a visualization and control application that enables users to communicate orders, and Actuators to control the asset. The ability to effectively operate assets remotely reduces the need for human operators to be on site. Remote control can be applied to asset provided sufficient sensors, transceivers, and Actuators have been installed. For example, remote production control allows users to operate, control and modify output or process parameters. These functions control or operate activity from the speed of the process to regulating operating temperatures to managing basic input/output quantities. Remote starting or stopping, valve controls, pressure controls and current status are all typical forms of control that require connectivity and platforms to manage. Since data sets are large, analytics can also be run to help operators identify areas for improvement, identify trends, and predict events.