(Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition)
SCADA provides an interface between the plant processes and external human control. This comprehensive course covers the essentials of SCADA systems. Emphasis is on using Open Standards, such as communication protocols and software, as well as focusing on keeping the costs down. The selections of case studies are used to illustrate the key concepts with examples of real world working SCADA and PLC systems in different industries.

Course coverage:

  • Introduction
  • General environment of the WINLOG
  • Configuration of the project
  • Creating gates/tags
  • Creating screens (The templates)
  • Creating code
  • Images and animations
  • Security to the SCADA application
  • Reports & charts
  • Alarms

Participant Profile:
This course is designed for mechatronics, electrical, electronics and industrial automation engineers. Fresh graduates and students of the said engineering disciplines are also encouraged to apply.

Instructor Profile:
An experienced and highly qualified professional in the field of industrial automation and control will conduct this course.

This course will be delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations and practical exercises on computer.

Learning Outcome:
The participants will be able to learn the environment of the WINLOG, gates/tags, templates, screens, images and animations as well as creating codes.