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New software for SCADA applications

By Mary Page Bailey |

This company is now offering two types of software for system monitoring and process control under the series name Genesis64, replacing the existing MC Works64 SCADA software. The new lineup will meet the diversifying internet of things (IoT) needs, covering a wide variety of purposes from small production-line monitoring and control to multi-site monitoring and business intelligence (BI) of plant-wide systems, process automation, as well as utility and building automation. The Genesis64 Basic SCADA is an entry-level software with essential functions for small production lines, and the Genesis64 Advanced Application Server (photo) is a full SCADA suite for large-scale monitoring of factories, buildings and utilities. — Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc., Vernon Hills, Ill.

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