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


  • Introduction to PLC SCADA
  • Digital Electronics Basics
  • PLC Fundamentals, PLC Hardware and Architecture
  • Wiring Different field Devices to PLC
  • Creating applications with Programming Software
  • Programming Languages, Basic Instructions
  • Load/and/or/out/and Read/Write instructions
  • Compare/Add/Sub/And/or -blocks instructions
  • Move, File Handling, Timer, Counter block
  • Master control/set/reset function
  • Advance Instructions
  • Upload/Download/Monitoring of programs
  • Forcing of I/OS, Fault finding/troubleshooting and documentation
  • Monitoring/Modifying Data table values
  • Communication with SCADA software
  • Hands on experience on real time applications

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

  • Introduction to SCADA software
  • Creating New SCADA Project
  • Creating database of Tags
  • Creating and Editing Graphic display
  • Attaching controls to graphic objects sizing, Blinking, Filling
  • Analog Entry, Movement of objects, Visibility
  • Real time and Historical Trending
  • Creating Alarms and Events
  • Application of scripts
  • Communication with PLC/excel/different protocols
  • Net DDE Communication
  • Fault finding/Troubleshooting

Panel Designing and Auto Cad

  • Introduction to switch gears and accessories
  • Basics of control and power drawings
  • General protection involved in panel
  • Load management (connected load, running load, load factor)
  • Indications (Ammeter, Volt Meter, PF and KW Meter etc.)
  • Preparation of general arrangement diagrams, busbar sizing
  • Electrical Protection
  • Preparation of power and control circuits
  • General wiring guidelines/practices
  • Maintenance and troubleshooting of control circuits in live panels


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