News from VTScadaFest 2023

May 4, 2023
The latest news and insights from VTScadaFest 2023.

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The changing SCADA landscape

The modern supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems that society relies on to manage critical infrastructure have their roots in more than 50 years of technology evolution that shows no sign of slowing. Read more.

Partnerships extending VTScada impact

If there’s one trend made clear by the ongoing digital transformation of the industrial enterprise, it’s that one supplier’s technology offering is seldom adequate to address an organization’s full range of needs. Read more.

Innovation, commitment shape VTScada advantage

Through the lens of history, it’s sometimes easy to identify moments in time that capsulize the key insights and decisions that made a business venture successful. For Barry Baker, vice president of Trihedral, a Delta Group Company, one of those crystalline moments occurred 20 years ago in a Tampa, Fla., conference room. Read more.

Optimization levers for large SCADA systems

As cheaper sensors and I/O proliferate in industrial systems, they represent increasingly ambitious projects in both scope and scale for the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems tasked with their management and coordination. Read more.

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