Comprising remote terminal units or data loggers connected to your installations, sensors and centralization software, telemetry and SCADA is a tool for remotely controlling and managing your networks. It offers contract operators many benefits. Telemetry and SCADA will very quickly help you manage your network better and optimize the operation of its devices.
You will make savings in energy and natural resources (leak detection) and operating gains by installing a telemetry and SCADA system. The responsiveness achieved through remote monitoring and by forwarding automatic alarms to personnel on stand-by duty will also help you improve the service provided to your users.
Telemetry and SCADA gives you all the data concerning your network in the form of complete reports, which reflect its “state of health”: service life of technical parts (start counting and run time, etc.), network output, etc.
Accurate statistics also help you plan for supplementary installations for your network (e.g. installing sewer overflows according to the observed flow rate on the waste water treatment network).
Telemetry and SCADA monitors your network 24/7 and helps you control its efficiency on an ongoing basis. In the event of a failure or fault, the alarm is automatically and immediately sent to your maintenance personnel.
The possibility of performing instant diagnostics and intervening remotely will reduce service downtime. When a fault appears, maintenance personnel can intervene on the installation knowing the cause of the incident. This means they can plan to fit the appropriate replacement parts.
Reduced energy costs (pumping during hours when electricity is provided at a reduced rate, optimisation according to actual needs, etc.) and travel costs (no more systematic visits) will allow you to make real savings.
Permanent monitoring of your installations enables you to extend the lifespan of your devices (preventive maintenance).
Telemetry and SCADA offer solutions enabling you to improve the operation of your networks and to reduce their operating and management costs.
They also enable you to improve the working conditions of personnel responsible for ensuring the correct operation of installations and help to enhance the quality of service delivered to users.
Conserving resources and making energy savings
Remote monitoring of your installations and rationalisation of their operation is intended to reduce energy consumption, save natural resources (leak detection), prevent risks of flooding and pollution, and monitor discharge into the natural environment.