The Industrial Internet of Things, or commonly known as, IIoT, is changing industries, and companies that are not part of the revolution will be left behind. So how can IIoT help product manufacturers or field technicians such as yourself? Check out our video below to find out more.
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SCADACore's Oil & Gas SCADA / Remote Monitoring Infographic provides an overview of our complete, one-stop Industrial-Internet-of-Things solution for Oil and Gas Remote Monitoring, Artificial Lift Monitoring, Offset Frac Monitoring, Regulatory Flow Monitoring, Tank Level Monitoring, Surface Casing Vent Pressure Test Monitoring, and Well Test Monitoring. View Full-Size JPG View Full-Size PDF [...]
Features Cloud-Based SCADA for Industrial Applications SCADACore Live is a Cloud-Based SCADA / Remote Monitoring solution that provides low-cost, fully-featured remote monitoring / hosted web SCADA solutions with 24/7 support. With our innovative technologies and efficient operations, our clients get more, and pay less. Our Cloud-Based SCADA monthly fees are based on devices [...]
When dealing with fluctuating data rolling averages are needed to even out the highs and the lows. For example a methane detector could bounce between 9% and 11% LEL with very little change in the actual methane in the air. An alarm set at 10% would constantly be alarming and then clearing causing operators or [...]
When developing software interfaces to serial devices the first step is always to get the device talking. With so many variables it can be incredibly frustrating when the application you are building does not properly communicate with the serial device. One particular application I had was interfacing with a Questemp [...]
The following blog will help give programmers a simple formula for average wind direction and speed. Here is an excel sheet with all averaging examples First a disclaimer: I am not a mathematician. The idea behind this blog is not to teach math it is simply to give the formula [...]
Finding the correct Endian (bit significance) can be frustrating when trying to interface with a device. It’s an additional variable that makes debugging a hardware interface more difficult and can lead to unwanted and sometimes unseen errors. Hex Results When you read hex characters it is generally straight forward 0x01 = [...]