CRYSTAL RIVER, FL (UPTICK Newswire -February 25th 2016) – B-Scada, Inc. (OTCQB: SCDA) (“B-Scada”) today announced the availability of its Status Device Cloud platform for Microsoft Azure. Status Device Cloud incorporates all of the information modeling, visualization, reporting, archiving and workflow of B-Scada SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) products, with the scalability and reliability of Microsoft Azure. The perfect system for IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) and Industry 4.0.
Status Device Cloud is an OPC UA (United Architecture) based solution with data connectivity to hundreds of types of hardware via OPC UA, OPC DA, Siemens S7, Modbus, MQTT, SNMP, ODBC, Excel, B&B SmartWorx and Libelium. Status Device Cloud will help industry reduce downtime, operation and maintenance costs, improve operational efficiency, production quality and safety. The system is open, accessible through OPC UA, REST or .NET APIs. The system is customizable and can be extended to connect to other devices and sources of data.
B-Scada, together with its partners, can provide turnkey solutions in various vertical markets. The Status Device Cloud platform is ideal for monitoring large numbers of assets in geographically dispersed locations, making it ideal for IoT solutions. In addition, the system can be used for data input, and visualization of data from sources other than hardware. This allows the system to be suitable for aggregation and organization of data from many different sources, excellent for Smart Cities.
B-Scada provides software and hardware solutions for the monitoring and analysis of real time data in the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition), IoT (Internet of Things) and Smart City domains. B-Scada systems are sold worldwide in various verticals including building automation, transportation, smart grid, manufacturing, agriculture and commerce. B-Scada solutions are deployed onsite and as cloud-hosted solutions in a SaaS (Software as a Service) model. Learn more at www.scada.com.
Contact for B-Scada:
Ron DeSerranno, CEO