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Cameron Dorrough
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2006 12:58 am    Post subject: Re: Help evaluating commercial SCADA software Reply with quote

"baderman" <baderman_cut_it_somwhere_here_@poczta.fm> wrote in message
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BIGEYE napisał(a):
Have you looked at the Wonderware website?

Hi, I'm also interested in this topic, I've looked briefly at ww
website, but haven't found it. If You can point to some comparision
(I suppose you've in mind a kind of comparision on ww website),
I'd be grateful.

Since you are interested: Don't worry about the Wonderware site, it won't
tell you any more than any other SCADA vendors site will.

There is no practical way to do a comparison in the way that the OP asked.
Two reasons:
1. Software vendors will do/say anything at all to convince you their system
is the best.
2. The software is being revised ("improved") continously.

If you do not already have a System Integrator pushing you in a particular
direction (fortunate indeed!), the best advice is to select the software
that most closely matches your hardware e.g. if you're using Rockwell use
RSView, if Siemens use WinCC, for everything else use Citect Wink.

The OP mentioned *systems*, specifically Honeywell and ABB, in his post and
not SCADA - in that case, choose the *system* that most closely matches the
*application*.

HTH,
Cameron:-)
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baderman
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2006 1:14 pm    Post subject: Re: Help evaluating commercial SCADA software Reply with quote

BIGEYE napisał(a):
Quote:
Have you looked at the Wonderware website?

Hi, I'm also interested in this topic, I've looked briefly at ww
website, but haven't found it. If You can point to some comparision
(I suppose you've in mind a kind of comparision on ww website),
I'd be grateful.


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BIGEYE
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 5:06 am    Post subject: Re: Help evaluating commercial SCADA software Reply with quote

Have you looked at the Wonderware website?

<rxvt.rxvt@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

I'm trying to evaluate some SCADA vendors among the following
attributes below (basically rank them as High, Very High, Very Low,
etc) but I'm having a hard time finding reliable references for
Honeywell Experion PKS and ABB's Operate SCADA Vision.

Integration to legacy systems and devices
Subsetability and variability
Ease of Operation
Scalability
Architecture
Data Integrity
Redundancy and Availability
Low Engineering costs
Use of modern software techniques
Reduces Pipeline operation costs
Asset Management
Security

Does anyone have an opinion on them ?

Thanks !

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rxvt.rxvt@gmail.com
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Joined: 02 Jun 2006
Posts: 1

PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2006 11:19 pm    Post subject: Help evaluating commercial SCADA software Reply with quote

Hi,

I'm trying to evaluate some SCADA vendors among the following
attributes below (basically rank them as High, Very High, Very Low,
etc) but I'm having a hard time finding reliable references for
Honeywell Experion PKS and ABB's Operate SCADA Vision.

Integration to legacy systems and devices
Subsetability and variability
Ease of Operation
Scalability
Architecture
Data Integrity
Redundancy and Availability
Low Engineering costs
Use of modern software techniques
Reduces Pipeline operation costs
Asset Management
Security

Does anyone have an opinion on them ?

Thanks !
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