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Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) is a control system architecture that uses computers, networked data communications and graphical user interfaces for high-level process supervisory management. Also uses other peripheral devices such as programmable logic controller (PLC) and discrete PID controllers to interface with the process plant or machinery.
The main point is in:
- people safety and comfort
- real-time working systems
- global monitoring and control
- local independence in case of failure
- user friendly interface with level access
- priority of alarm messages and early problem define
- control from a distance

Building Management Systems

- HVAC Automation
- Electricity Systems
- Pump Systems
- Fire Protection
- Alarm Archiving
- Communication Status
- Internet Access

High Voltage Circle Monitoring
And Quality Control

- Monitoring of 20kV electricity in one-line scheme
- Communication Status
- Alarm Archiving – signals duplicating and cable isolation, temperature defense

Production Lines
And Factory Automation

Monitoring and control of a 24/7 non-stop process – automatically feeling with material, discharging, temperature control, air pressure control and carbonization control


- Serail and Turkish Bath
- Steam Bath and Ice Cabin
- Emotional Showers
- Swimming Pool
- Jacuzzi

Hierarchy Of Management
Systems And Networks

- Higher layer of the tree operates with a longer interval of planning and execution time
- The lower layers have local tasks, goals, and sensations