The SIMATIC SCADA Portfolio
Efficient to a new level
The course for the industrial world of tomorrow has already been set today. With SIMATIC SCADA, you are opting for a system with a future. Experience how SIMATIC SCADA can ideally equip you today for the requirements of tomorrow.
The data volume in modern industrial plants is growing continuously – and thus also the challenges on the utilized SCADA solutions: Enormous data volumes must be administered and archived for the long term. This is accompanied by increasing demands on performance.
Technologies, including some from the consumer environment, are finding their way into industry. Globalization calls for higher-level SCADA systems that will be used worldwide – and the need for mobile access to plant information is also growing. On top of all these requirements – in these times of ever increasing energy costs – is the need to improve energy efficiency and productivity.
With SIMATIC SCADA systems, you are fit for the future
Whether for a single operator station, multiple operator stations or complex solutions, whether for small or large plants – SIMATIC SCADA systems will grow with your plant.
Siemens SCADA systems are scalable throughout the entire lifecycle, making it possible to expand existing systems at any time. That means investment security. Whether single-user systems, multi-user systems, or even widely distributed systems: you can use Siemens SCADA systems to visualize machines, lines, and entire plants and thus ensure transparency. As a result, you can identify optimization potential, minimize downtimes, and guarantee a short time-to-market.
The added value of SIMATIC SCADA systems
Due to their openness and flexibility, the SIMATIC SCADA systems can be used universally. References from many different industries prove the versatility and performance capability.
See how Thyssenkrupp and Siemens Solution Partner Focus have developed a plant ready for the age of digital factory using the SCADA System SIMATIC V7.
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