Connecticut City Installs Second SCADA System

Siemens Water Technologies will provide Meriden, Conn., with a second supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system, valued at $1.3 million.

The city's latest system, to be installed as part of an upgrade at its 11.6-million gallon per day water pollution control facility, will be compatible with the SCADA system supplied by Siemens to Meriden's water division facilities in 2002.

Once the new system comes online in early 2010, it will allow the city to control and monitor 1,550 process-related database points, make informed decisions regarding the operation of the pollution control facility and optimize process operations.

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