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SCADA Durability: Standing Strong Against The Sands Of Time

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01/31/2012
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About this Podcast...

In this exclusive interview, Oil & Gas iQ speaks with Jim Baker, Principal SCADA Engineer at the Water Corporation of Western Australia about dealing with SCADA obsolescence and improving durability of equipment.

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system plays a key role in improving an organisation’s business processes and ensures the most efficient use of capital and resources.

Western Australia extends over 2.5 million square kilometres (roughly comparable to the size of Kazakhstan) and is mainly composed of inhospitable desert. This presents significant challenges to SCADA systems which Jim covers in his interview.

In the course of his interview, Jim also touches on:

· The best ways to achieve interoperability of SCADA equipment in the water Industry?

· How to you improve durability of SCADA equipment?