Webinar - Cloud-Based SCADA And IIOT Technology: What Engineers Need To Know
The Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) landscape is changing fast. Clients rely on your expertise to take their organizations into the future — safely.
- Cyber Security — How IT architecture is fundamental to security and what are the weak links?
- System Impacts — Can system analytics enable optimization of energy, water, and staff resources?
- Longevity — How well will today’s systems scale and integrate with other emerging IIOT technologies?
- Lifetime Cost of Ownership — How affordable are the maintenance costs and required expertise?
- Gain system-wide visibility
- View trends
- Perform condition-based maintenance
- Optimize energy and water consumption, while saving operator time
Paul Sagues is a leader in the process control industry and co-founder of Berkeley Process Control, a high-precision motion and machine control business. He has over one hundred patents in the field of microprocessor-based control systems and is co-author of the textbook Microprocessors for Measurement and Control (Osborne/McGraw-Hill). He received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Stanford University and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Paul is a registered engineer in the state of California.
I. SCADA Technology Overview: The Current Technology (5 minutes)
a. Fundamental PC/server architecture and radio communication
b. Legacy system vulnerabilities
i. Complexity, expense, lack of control, IT staffing, performance
II. Understanding The SCADA Landscape: The Current Industry (5 minutes)
a. Equipment providers
b. Value-added resellers and system integrators
c. Engineering and consulting firms
III. New Technology and Communications: The Rise of IIOT (10 minutes)
b. Cellular and satellite communication
IV. Cloud-Based SCADA Systems: The Future of SCADA (10 minutes)
a. Fundamental architecture
i. Resiliency from natural disasters
ii. Security considerations
b. The power of cloud computing
i. Predictive analytics for system optimization
ii. System-wide visibility with API integrations
V. Case Studies: How Utilities Use Cloud-Based SCADA for Results (20 minutes)
a. Energy optimization, greenhouse gas reduction, rebates and financial incentives
b. Avoiding costly sewer overflows
c. Full system integration
VI. Questions and Answers (10 minutes)
The XiO Cloud SCADA® Control System monitors and controls over 600 water systems, including some of the most sophisticated water agencies in California. With nearly 100,000,000 Watts (150,000 horsepower) of water pumping energy controlled via XiO Cloud SCADA®, XiO is a major provider of water control systems in California.