Galileo Technologies, a company that promotes carbon footprint reduction in more than 70 countries around the world, celebrates a new anniversary of the development of “Galileo Global Link – Scada System”: a real-time monitoring system with advanced technology. It monitors and processes information of the equipment throughout the world, and is operated by specialized technicians providing remote assistance for predictive and preventative operations 24/7.
Since its launch, the system includes several hundred monitored devices on the full range of the product offering. With its base of operations in Argentina, Galileo Technologies has a full team of technicians who control, through screens, maps and statistics, the operation of the units that the company has in operation in various countries of the world. Galileo is continuously upgrading and improving the innovative technology to keep pace with the current state of the art in SCADA reporting.
“Currently, the Galileo Global Link Scada System has become a key resource for tracking data and information to help maintain the efficiency of our equipment. The consistent real time calculation and analysis of performance indicators allow for qualitative conclusions to be drawn to provide for continuous optimization,” said Pablo Cortez, Head of the Global Link Control Room at Galileo Technologies. “Thanks to our proprietary remote monitoring software; equipment around the world is being constantly monitored for improved and reliable operations”.
Principal functions of the Galileo Global Link – Scada System Include:
- Direct interaction with devices (sensors, valves, motors and HMI interface) *HMI is the interface between the processing machine and the operator.
- Sequential recording of events, data gathering in the production process.
- Alert panels on each of the equipment onboard system computers.
- Quality control by analyzing the sequential data.
- Production monitoring.
- Generation of reliability and operational reports.
- Predictive and preventive maintenance parameters.
- Access from multiple devices, such as computers, tablets and Smart phones.
Source: Galileo Technologies