SCADA (Supervisory control and Data Acquisition) is a software industrial control system that operates with coded signals over communication channels to control remote equipment. In SCADA Training learners are provide with the best practice in the latest technologies, trends and challenges in the immensely competitive areas of automation . It is a type of an Industrial Control System.
The origin of SCADA can be traced back to 1940s, when supervisory control first evolved into electric utility systems. Gradual developments took place when General Electric and Control Corporation developed their own supervisory control programs which became popular during 1950s and 1960s.
Monolithic : First Generation
Distributed : Second Generation
Networked : Third Generation
Internet of Things : Fourth Generation