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Scada systems production

SCADA

Monitoring and effective management of decentralized technological processes in enterprises and production facilities is achieved by means of dispatching control through SCADA-systems. ABIPI LLC offers development of dispatching systems for enterprises.

The SCADA-systems designed by ABIPI LLC. will allow operators to control all system processes and events. This software provides a visual representation of the system, data storage and display, as well as detection and notification of any alarms. The designed systems have user-friendly interface, which makes it easy and quick to get the skills of working with it. Our SCADA systems are able to work fully with controllers of different brands using different communication protocols, as well as through OPC-standard.

The production SCADA system will allow access to any information through a separate internal network. The way of communication between the parts of the architecture may vary depending on the hardware and software involved.

The user interface of the produced dispatching systems will be intuitive and “clean”, in which the navigation structure of the tree of windows and mnemonic schemes is automatically generated. There will be an informative alarm and event notification section and scalable graphics.

Advantages and possibilities of SCADA systems

  • Using a structure based on Web Server technology;
  • Running the software as a Windows Service; Full compatibility with Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, with browsers IE8 and above, Firefox13 and above;
  • Integration and full compatibility with SQL Server 2012;
  • Supports and works with the OPC standard, to enable collaboration with various equipment via the OPC standard;
  • Providing visualization and display of processes using dynamic graphical objects;
  • Ensuring full control and complete management using dynamic graphical objects;
  • No restrictions on the number of variables used in the dispatching system, the number of graphic windows, control functions, data logging, displaying information, forming reports;
  • The possibility of connecting to the dispatching system several remote users. Each user can have his own level of access;
  • Registration and storage of selected parameters, variables and events without limitation on the number and type of signals;
  • Creation of objects, variables and logical tasks in the dispatching system software itself;
  • Creation of objects for monitoring alarm values and alarms with flexible settings for alarm types, time parameters (without the use of PLC and without restrictions on the number of created objects and tasks);
  • Displaying alarms and events in a separate window with filters (alarm class, alarm type, alarm status);
  • Creation of time schedules and timetables using a graphical interface;
  • Customizable and flexible event and report windows with built-in filters;
  • Displaying graphical windows that can be scaled and resized during operation and operation.

Impact of SCADA systems for industrial organizations

SCADA systems have a significant impact on industrial organizations because they help maintain production efficiency, process data to make smarter decisions, and report system problems, which reduces downtime.

The basic SCADA architecture consists of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or remote terminal units (RTUs) and software. PLCs and RTUs are microcomputers that communicate with a range of objects, such as factory machines, pumps and motors, HMIs, sensors and other end devices, and then transmit information from these objects to computers with SCADA software. The SCADA dispatching system processes, distributes and displays the data, helping operators and other employees analyze the data and make important decisions.

The SCADA dispatching system quickly notifies the operator if a lot of product is defective. The operator pauses the conveyor and looks at the SCADA system data through the HMI to determine the cause of the problem. The operator analyzes the data and discovers that an individual part of the system is faulty. The ability of the dispatch systems to notify the operator of problems helps him fix it in the shortest possible time and prevent further product loss.

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