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  • SCADAware shared an update
    PostedMonday, July 18,2016 at 9:09 AM
    Tips to avoid a myriad of roadblocks in your next project.
    
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    Choosing an Enclosure Size: Measure Twice, Install Once - SCADAware
    Blog Post by Dan Peifer, Senior Engineer Engineering specifications for many projects can be enormous.  Enclosure specification is just one of many things that can be overlooked with potentially costly repercussions. You’ve no doubt heard the old ...
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  • SCADAware shared an update
    PostedTuesday, June 14,2016 at 3:21 PM
    Blog post by Kevin Garman, Project Engineer at SCADAware Security breaches are becoming an almost daily occurrence. No useful computer system is truly safe from attack, but just a few basic precautions can go a long way. Complete security cannot be guaranteed, and to make such a claim would be ridiculous. Fortunately, the good news is that a computer system’s security can be exponentially increased by following some simple best practices. Read more...
  • SCADAware shared an update
    PostedThursday, April 14,2016 at 2:25 PM

    SCADAware’s new Water and Wastewater Team under the direction of Josh Niemi, P.E., offers turnkey design and development - concept through completion – automation integration services to engineering companies serving municipal and industrial water and wastewater industries. Read the full news release at the link below.
  • SCADAware shared an update
    PostedWednesday, February 24,2016 at 2:38 PM

    With commitment to the highest standards of engineering practice, Joshua Z. Niemi, lead engineer for SCADAware’s Freshwater and Wastewater Treatment team, earns his P.E. License, the gold seal mark of engineering excellence. Josh Z. Niemi PE- SCADAware Water Wastewater Team LeadNormal, IL – February 24, 2016 – SCADAware, Inc., a leader in control system integration, today announced SCADAware Senior Electrical Engineer, Josh Niemi, has earned his Professional Engineer (P.E.) license from the Illinois State Board of Professional Engineers. P.E. Licensure ensures SCADAware’s clients that work is completed under the supervision of an engineer who has demonstrated exceptional competency with a...
  • SCADAware shared an update
    PostedThursday, January 28,2016 at 5:00 PM
    A Pesky CoDeSys Problem with a Secret Solution Blog post written by Kurtis Liggett, Project Engineer at SCADAware
  • SCADAware shared an update
    PostedTuesday, January 26,2016 at 6:30 PM

    SCADAware increases their ability to support customers in a larger facility. The original 5,300 square foot building in Bloomington was replaced with a 12,000 square foot building in Normal. SCADAware Normal ILJanuary 26, 2016 — SCADAware, Inc., a leader in industrial control system integration, today announced the opening of a new office in Normal, IL. Moving from a 5,300 square foot building located in Bloomington, IL., to the new 12,000 square foot facility increases company’s ability to support its growing customer base.
  • SCADAware shared an update
    PostedTuesday, January 26,2016 at 3:37 PM

    IntroductionLServant For simple, small PLC projects, the Micro800 series is a force to be reckoned with at an affordable price. Similarly, RFIDeas has a rather handy RFID reader compatible with many different RFID card types that communicates over EtherNet/IP, the PCProx Plus EIP RFID Reader. Unfortunately, it seemed that no one has ever tried to integrate the two before, as I could not find a single piece of documentation about it. As my first PLC program, I thought I’d jumped in over my head, purchasing incompatible parts. However, with the guidance of my fellow engineers at SCADAware, and some support from the folks at Rockwell and RFIDeas, I was finally able to get it working using explicit CIP Messaging in Connected Components Workshop...
  • SCADAware shared an update
    PostedTuesday, January 5,2016 at 1:57 PM

    Excerpt from the article - I recently travelled to India exploring this idea. We have all heard that the manufacturing growth is in South America and India. This trip was put together through the insistence of an Indian firm that lobbied to be my distributor in their country. As the owner of a small control integration company that is attempting to commercialize products that evolved out of the core business of engineering and integration, this appealed to me. I don’t believe I would have sought out a company on another continent for my first foray into distribution, but they were a successful company and had the intelligence needed to support the products. I made the trip with two of my engineers and together we worked an industrial trade show and visited five factories in several different cities. What I witnessed there encouraged me to get involved and also worried me at the same time. - click on link to read full article

  • SCADAware shared an update
    PostedWednesday, December 2,2015 at 12:05 PM

    One of the most basic, yet often misunderstood, components of a control system is the simple HOA (Hand-Off-Auto) switch. In many older systems, there was only a single switch for the device, there weren’t multiple ways to control it, and the term “Hand” could serve the dual function meaning both Location of Control and Mode of Control. But in larger and more modern systems in which there are multiple places and means of operating a device, the term HOA is often insufficient. In a blog post, SCADAware’s Senior Engineer, Josh Z. Niemi, shares some tips on how to avoid the confusion for plant personnel.