Scada meaning

(Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) A process control system that is used in myriad applications, including manufacturing, communications, distribution (water, gas, power) and heating, cooling and security in buildings. A SCADA system collects data from sensors in local and remote locations and sends them to central computers to control local machinery. See SCADA attack, DCS, DNP3 and ICCP.
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Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition Electrical network typically containing at least RTU's, IED's, and a master station equipped with an HMI. Used to monitor and control process automation systems, such as those used by electrical and water utilities.
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