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SCADA Systems on the Web

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24 Jun 2021CPOL7 min read 20.9K   1.5K   9  
In this article we look at the four aspects of typical SCADA applications that make them quite complex to implement as web applications using HTML-based frameworks.
Today’s production sites are all connected and entirely digital. Integrated control centers connect to industrial devices on the shop floor using serial interfaces, bus systems, as well as wired and wireless networks. In many cases, SCADA plays a key role in conjunction with OPC servers in Microsoft Windows-based environments. This article explores web-enabling and web migration options for SCADA systems using the Wisej framework based on .NET.

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Thomas Althammer is an enterprise software architect with special focus on data protection and cyber security concerns. As a founding partner of Ice Tea Group, LLC in Washington DC, he and his team have helped hundreds of organizations world-wide to successfully migrate applications to .NET and to the web using Wisej.

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