How HMI, SCADA architecture are meeting evolving operations
An upcoming webcast examines how human-machine interfaces (HMIs) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system architectures are evolving.
Process control technology has rapidly evolved over the last decade to incorporate new capabilities and requirements such as remote access, cloud, and mobility. These introduce new value potential for business and process evolution and bring technical implications.
Jeremy Wilbert, senior product marketing manager and Mike Brost, a senior principal consultant for AVEVA, examine the role human-machine interfaces (HMIs) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems play in this evolution in the October 18 webcast, “HMI/SCADA architecture considerations to meet evolving operations.”
They will discuss many topics such as the impact of the changing information and decision landscape and how this is changing manufacturing and how it is making information, in some cases, harder to access. Wilbert and Brost also will examine HMI and SCADA architectures and the concept of SCADA as a service and what it can bring for people working in the operations room. They also will focus on remote information sharing and the importance of good cybersecurity.