SCADA ARTICLES

New Carrier Ethernet Network Improves Utilities' Communication

Sun Prairie Utilities is a locally owned and operated municipal utility offering electric, water and telecom services to more than 13,500 customers throughout Sun Prairie, WI.

New Control System Simplifies Access to Distribution System Data

With tighter regulations and economic issues on the rise, water districts are under increasing pressure to find ways to better manage their SCADA system assets.

IT Device Monitoring Helps Support Automation Efficiency

In 2004, a Patent was issued for the first Industrial SNMP Driver to deliver a, "System and method for integrating process control and network management."

Mining Runoff Treatment Gets SCADA Solution

Upgrade to Opto 22 SNAP PAC System at Colorado’s Leadville Mine Drainage Tunnel proves key to monitoring & controlling water treatment processes

GE, FANUC to dissolve joint venture

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA, Aug. 17, 2009 -- GE and FANUC announced today that the two companies have agreed to dissolve the GE Fanuc Automation Corporation joint venture...

Control Microsystems takes on Accutech wireless instruments product line

HUDSON, MA, July 15, 2009 -- Adaptive Instruments Corporation has announced the launch of a strategic initiative to better support the emerging global wireless marketplace...

Fieldbus technology provides long-term solution for Northern Ireland Water

[Case Study, May 2009] -- When the Dalriada Water Limited consortium won a 25 year contract to design, build, finance and operate a large proportion of the water treatment infrastructure for Northe...

Products & Services: SCADA & process control

The Schneider Electric Relay Competency Center (SE Relays LLC) announces the release of the Square D® brand 8501KA series alternating relay...

Unknown SCADA Connections Could Mean Disaster

Analyzing TCP/IP connectivity in assets and networks, uncovering risk patterns and pinpointing policy weaknesses is crucial to power utilities ...

City to install second Siemens SCADA system

Siemens Water Technologies will provide Meriden, CT, with a second SCADA system, valued at $1.3 million. The city's latest system, to be installed as part of an upgrade at its 11.6-MGD Water Pollut...

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MM-IM

the MM-IM is able to act as a gateway between various site SCADA equipment and Masters and has the new SAV2 extension to DNP3, it supports WITS functionality.