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Monitoring Water and Wastewater Systems with SCADA

Connecting SCADA systems to the RTUs used to monitor and control water/wastewater systems is becoming simpler, easier and less expensive. With drinking water distribution and wastewater collection systems often spread out over large geographical areas, automation and remote monitoring is crucial, and this is often accomplished by local RTUs, and local and/or remote SCADA systems. Continue reading

Water Security Concerns for the Water/Wastewater Industry

Water Security Concerns are among the key challenges that water/wastewater engineers with encounter over the next 5 years. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency warns that improving the security and resilience of drinking water and wastewater infrastructures is vital to ensuring the supply of safe and clean water across the United States. Continue reading

InduSoft Has Feature Story in Remote Magazine

InduSoft was recently featured in Remote Site and Equipment Management magazine. The feature article showcases Indusoft’s strength in water/wastewater SCADA, particularly in remote monitoring capabilities. The article also explores why SCADA systems may be the superior choice for water/wastewater applications over a DAS, thanks to the decreasing costs of SCADA software, and InduSoft Web Studio’s ability to leverage remote technologies like cloud access and thin client architectures to further lower development and operating costs of a remote water/wastewater SCADA system. Continue reading

InduSoft Speaking at the Texas Water Utilities Association in May

Continuing InduSoft’s commitment to education on SCADA technology across all industries, InduSoft will be speaking at the Texas Water Utilities Association in May. This talk will be geared toward educating members of the Texas water utilities industry on how their services can be improved through better monitoring and controls using SCADA systems designed specifically for the water/wastewater industry. Continue reading

Upcoming Webinar Schedule for InduSoft : February brings Water/Wastewater SCADA and VBScript!

InduSoft has two exciting webinars scheduled for the month of February. Sign up now, and don’t forget to mark these dates! We’ll have some great guest speakers and experts on these topics. Don’t miss them! Continue reading

Finding the Best SCADA Software Solution for a Water/Wastewater SCADA project

What is the best SCADA software platform for water and wastewater treatment? InduSoft Web Studio has a rich history in the water and wastewater industry, with plenty of case studies detailing how the IWS platform has been used in water and wastewater for over a decade. Continue reading

New InduSoft Case Study: Water/Wastewater SCADA application developed by Precision Pumping Systems

Simplot asked InduSoft partner Precision Pumping Systems to develop a water and wastewater regulation system for one of the largest feedlots in the United States. Continue reading

InduSoft Makes a Splash in Water/Wastewater

According to the most recent Arc Advisory group study, Water/Wastewater SCADA is expected to rise through 2015. This should come as no surprise, as infrastructure development spurs the growth in the Water/Wastewater industry. InduSoft has a great history of providing SCADA application development platforms within this field. To see how the InduSoft Web Studio SCADA software platform has been used in applications recently, take a look at some of InduSoft’s Water/Wastewater case studies. Continue reading

New InduSoft Case Study for the Water/Wastewater Industry

InduSoft has published the newest case study in the water/wastewater industry. This case study details the project created by B&W Control Systems Integration for the Lake County Public Water District in Zion, Illinois. Continue reading

Omron Controls and InduSoft Web Studio Meet a Water Supply Challenge

Mountain Home, Idaho recognized that the water supply
system was no longer able to keep up with the demands of
growing population and an expanding business area. In
particular, communications had become unreliable between
wells, storage facilities and operators. The Public Works
Department wanted a water system controls upgrade that was
both easily expandable and offered automatic responses to
occasional power failures. The solution created by Advanced
Control Systems of Boise Idaho, combined Omron controls and
InduSoft software for data management with radio
communications and Win911 for emergency notification Continue reading