Among all the things you can possibly do to improve your bottom line, good remote monitoring & control (SCADA) doesn’t top the list for most executives. The crucial ability to maintain total situational awareness at all of your remote facilities is chronically underappreciated.
But think of what total awareness & control means for your operations. You’ll never be blindsided by a slowly growing problem that you could have stopped. You’ll never drive a truck (or a snowcat!) for two hours to the top of a mountain just to press a button – or discover you didn’t bring the spare part you need.
Instead, you’ll always know what’s happening in your network and be able to react perfectly every time. You’ll be able to solve many issues remotely without leaving your desk. You’ll send the right person to the right site, with the right tool, at the right time. This all sounds great in broad terms, but what about the dollars and cents?
In this session, you’ll learn how to calculate your anticipated SCADA ROI. Starting with just some of your rough event counts (ex. 23 site visits per month, 2080 man-hours of after-hours dispatch per year), you’ll be able to prove ROI to management.