City Reduces Water Supply Costs with New SCADA System

The City of Farmington Hills is the second-largest city in Oakland County, Mich., with a population of more than 80,000. Most of the city has excellent water pressure and adequate fire protection, but as the name suggests, hilly terrain presents pressure challenges

New SCADA System Lets PUC Open/Close Valves Remotely

PUC Services Inc. in Ontario Canada has launched its new supervisory control and data acquisition system (SCADA) during a ribbon cutting event at its water treatment plant on Second Line West. PUC president Rob Brewer says the SCADA upgrade will ultimately boost efficiency

ICONICS and SUSiEtec Connects SCADA with the Cloud

S&T Technologies and ICONICS have signed a collaboration agreement. ICONICS is a automation software provider, designing advanced solutions for web-enabled OPC UA and BACnet certified visualization, HMI and SCADA, as well as software solutions for the energy and manufacturing industries. Based on

AAEON Launches BOXER-6750 Box PC for SCADA Applications

AAEON has released the BOXER-6750, a DIN rail-mount-designed box PC with a rich I/O interface. The BOXER-6750 measures only 69 mm by 183 mm by 155 mm and is fitted with the Intel Core i3-6100U or, for customers with lower performance demands, the

Object Management Group Issues Requests For Information for a Command and Control User Definition Language

The Object Management Group (OMG), https://www.omg.org/ an international, open membership, not-for-profit technology standards consortium, issued a Command and Control User Definition Language Requests For Information https://www.omg.org/schedule/Command_and_Control_User_Definition_Language_RFI.html for input toward a common data display exchange format of a mission system so that these systems can be easily