Do you know how to implement a truly effective SCADA system? Maybe you use environmental and other sensors to collect data at some of your remote sites, but you don't know how to incorporate them into your core SCADA gear. And what about the huge variety of sensors from many different manufacturers. How do you know which types and models are effective, and which should be avoided?
Depending on your network, you probably need more alarm detail than a single discrete alarm point can provide. Fuel tanks, battery power, lighting systems, and water levels are just some of things you need to monitor to keep your network up and running. By harnessing the power of SCADA and combining it with a wide range of compatible sensors, you'll know where your network and facilities stand around the clock.
Unleash the power of your SCADA system by deploying environmental and other sensors. Reliable SCADA monitoring gear paired with an array of data-collecting sensors will automatically alert you to dangerous network threats. This white paper will teach you how to determine which sensors you need at your sites - and which core SCADA equipment you need for successful SCADA implementation.