Industrial Automation

Cost-saving digital technology that improves operational performance.

Tackle water scarcity; strengthen water infrastructure resilience

Face the challenges of water scarcity and increase the resilience of water infrastructure by applying industrial automation.

ADASA offers this cost-saving technology as part of a comprehensive approach to increasing plant performance. Sensors continually collect relevant data, then data analysis techniques are applied to identify and control processes efficiently.

We offer bespoke solutions that establish, redesign, and automate processes that liberate staff to concentrate on more innovative and valuable tasks. The adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) and advanced analytical techniques has transformed the quality and information of data available. Knowledge extraction from this data adds value to decision-making; operational performance and service levels. The sustainability of the facilities can be monitored while stimulating the economic value of assets.

Integration is essential to Industrial Automation. Accuracy and consistency are obtained through the interaction of our advanced sensors, data processing algorithms, visualisation techniques and control strategies.

We offer a scalable and fully-integrated framework for data management, including:

  • Analytics.
  • Virtual data management.
  • Information management, supporting the acquisition and treatment of maintenance and other technical information (digital assets data).
  • System management provides high-level insights employing reports, KPIs, recommendations and more.

Industrial Automation is relevant for all processes where data must be gathered and analysed, and actions taken accordingly. It is particularly adept at dealing with large volumes of data that require high levels of precision and - being available 24-7 from any physical location - real-time actions. Sensitive information, safety-relevant processes and access to data from different places also benefit from Industrial Automation.

Critical water infrastructures rely on efficient management to ensure economic viability, operational success and to protect assets. This covers but is not exclusive to:

  • Water treatment plants.
  • Wastewater treatment plants.
  • Desalination plants.
  • Drinking-water distribution systems; and
  • Wastewater collection systems.

Safety and security are built into both hardware and software redundant components. Facilities suffer fewer failures and have lower maintenance costs thanks to preventive maintenance techniques. Capacity, reaction time and decision-making around unforeseen events and emergencies all improve thanks to the use of innovative techniques such as augmented reality and data analytics.

Advantages

  • Digitalisation improves performance, capacity and water quality.
  • Safer, more reliable and robust operations, with faster response times to unforeseen events and emergencies.
  • Greater data accuracy and automated data analysis, and quality control benefit plant operation.
  • Access from any location, anytime (24-7)
  • Competitive advantage through cost-efficient design, reliability, flexibility, modularity and scalability.
  • Fewer failures and lower maintenance costs due to preventive maintenance techniques.
  • Protect water supply critical infrastructure.
  • Aids decision-making and innovation.
  • Ensure economic viability, operational success and protection of assets.
  • Switch operators to high-value tasks by automating low-value processes.

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