SCADA Service Reduces On-Site Hardware Needs

Honeywell's Experion Elevate real-time supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) technology is delivered as a secure and scalable service.
Jul 19, 2017
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors

Honeywell’s newest industrial automation technology, Experion Elevate—real-time supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) delivered as a secure and scalable service—reduces the need for on-site hardware and support, the company announced in a June 20, 2017 press release. Today’s industrial organizations seek to leverage operational expenditures over capital expenditures wherever possible, reducing the concern of purchase, installation, hosting, and maintenance of hardware and software on premises, according to the press release. Small- to mid-sized companies may have limited capital, but want long-term use of the SCADA solution as well as flexibility in deployment, service and support, and upgrades they may not otherwise pay for.

Source: Honeywell

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