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10/18/12 Planning For Critical Data Systems (Rockford, IL) IEPA#5235
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10/18/12 Planning For Critical Data Systems (Rockford, IL) IEPA#5235

10/18/2012
When: Thursday, October 18, 2012
Registration begins at 7:30 am
Where: City of Rockford Water Division
1111 Cedar Street
Rockford, Illinois  61102
United States
Contact: Lisa Hoffhines


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Planning for Critical Data Systems: SCADA & technology Master Planning

IEPA#5235

SUMMARY: SCADA systems are one of a number of critical data systems in use in the modern water/wastewater utility. The impact of these systems extends well beyond the day to day monitoring and control of facilities. The data gathered is a critical business asset for a utility, and careful consideration needs to be given to how SCADA information is gathered, utilized, and interfaced with other critical utility information assets. A SCADA Master Plan, as part of an overall technology planning effort, will set the stage for the effective use of SCADA information. Traditionally a SCADA Master Plan has been viewed as a simply a collection of projects and budgets for the upgrade of individual SCADA systems. A comprehensive plan will build on these items, developing a comprehensive road map for how SCADA information is utilized within the overall utility enterprise.

This presentation describes a structured approach for developing a comprehensive SCADA Master Plan for a Water/Wastewater Utility as part of an overall technology planning effort. The end result is a plan which sets the direction of a Utility’s SCADA system for the next 5 to 10 years. The experiences of other utilities in applying this master planning process will be discussed, and excerpts from actual SCADA Master Plans will be presented.

Summary:
This presentation describes a structured approach for developing a comprehensive SCADA Master Plan for a Water/Wastewater Utility as part of an overall technology planning effort.

Impact to Operators:
A SCADA Master Plan, as part of an overall Technology Planning effort, will set the stage for the effective use of SCADA Information. Traditionally a SCADA Master Plan has been viewed as a simply a collection of projects and budgets for the upgrade of individual SCADA systems. A comprehensive plan will build on these items, developing a comprehensive road map for how SCADA information is utilized within the overall Utility Enterprise.

PRESENTER: Chris Sosnowski, B&W Control Systems Integration

REGISTRATION & HOURS
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Registration begins at 7:30am. The training will start at 8:00am and will conclude by 11:00am. Earn up to 3PDH’s or RTC hours. Continental Breakfast included

COST: $25.00 Illinois Section AWWA Members (onsite $45.00); $35.00 Nonmembers (onsite $55.00)

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