Tag: <span>SCADA</span>
Oil and Gas March 15, 2023

Minimizing the oil and gas workforce skills gap with cloud connectivity

The oil and gas industry is facing a skills gap and companies are integrating industrial Internet of Things cloud-based automation to mitigate this problem.

By Shane Persad
The “design -- operate – optimize” model, said Rob McGreevy, chief product officer, Aveva, begins with the digital twin originating in design engineering and extending to embrace operations.
Digital Transformation November 30, 2022

The on-going evolution of the industrial automation space

Aveva plants its flag with operations infrastructure solutions

By Kevin Parker
System Integrators November 23, 2022

SCADA upgrade without downtime: Golden project results

2023 System integrator of the Year, George T. Hall, excelled in SCADA, PLC, HMI, panel design and system integration in developing and integrating process controls for a COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer and in a SCADA system for a Nevada gold mine.

By Michael Howard
The infrastructure on the vessels subscribed to the Purdue Model of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, which meant the information was protected and could travel up the chain.
DCS, SCADA, Controllers October 17, 2022

Top 5 Plant Engineering content: October 10-16, 2022

The top 5 Plant Engineering content from the past week covered SCADA, bearings, predictive analytics, AI and management culture. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Christina Miller
The infrastructure on the vessels subscribed to the Purdue Model of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, which meant the information was protected and could travel up the chain.
DCS, SCADA, Controllers September 8, 2022

Modernizing SCADA vessel control systems with Ignition

Setting out to make better use of data and workflows in the remote, a maritime company adopts data-driven technology.

By Arlen Nipper
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Energy Efficiency & Management April 13, 2022

Securing energy infrastructure from cyber threats

Energy infrastructure is evolving in many ways and these changes are making them more vulnerable to cyber attacks.

By Sourabh Suman
Courtesy: Russelectric, New Products for Engineers Database
DCS, SCADA, Controllers February 12, 2022

Achieving net zero carbon emissions with SCADA

Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) software can play a key role in helping industrial organizations on their journey to net zero carbon emissions.

By Suzanne Gill
Courtesy: Trekkor
Cybersecurity December 18, 2021

Bridging the IT and OT gap for a power service company

A power service company and system integrator collaborated to merge information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) to create a secure platform for the power service company’s operations in Chile.

By Carmen Moreno
Courtesy: Inductive Automation
DCS, SCADA, Controllers December 13, 2021

IT/OT convergence combines industrial and laboratory automation

Teamwork enabled the creation of a large testing lab in just nine months

By Jim Meyers
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Cybersecurity November 8, 2021

Five levels of cybersecurity in an automated network

Best practices manufacturers can implement to better secure their network in many ways. Five levels of cybersecurity are highlighted.

By Aaron Block