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Citect and its Platinum Integration Partner, Edison Automation, have been awarded a contract exceeding $1M with the Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) to upgrade its water treatment plants.
The project involves a top-end SCADA software replacement of a proprietary, non-supported system. Citect and Edison Automation will deliver software and services to upgrade all GCWW's water treatment plants and pumping facilities communicating across Bristol Babcock in-plant and remote RTUs.
The CitectSCADA system is scalable to meet GCWW future needs without requiring major system changes and utilizes many new version 6.0 features, including the Process Analyst and Web Client. The Process Analyst is a unique SCADA visualization tool that combines trends and alarms in an integrated, intuitive display available to every level of the enterprise.
"Our new CitectSCADA V6 product and extensive experience in the water and wastewater industry offer our customers greater value to meet both their immediate and long-term needs," said Darren Trumeter, President-Americas, Citect.