SCADA

Definition : Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition
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What does SCADA mean?

Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) is an automation system used to control, monitor, gather, and process real-time data that deals with critical and time-sensitive materials or events. It is widely used in Industrial Control Systems (ICS) to control:
Infrastructure processes such as water treatment, wastewater treatment, oil & gas pipelines, wind farms, electric power transmission.
Facility-based processes such as airports, space stations, ships, buildings.
Industrial processes such as production, manufacturing, refining, power generation.

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