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A: SCADA stands for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition.
SCADA systems are used in utility infrastructures as a
computer-based monitoring and control system that centrally
collects, displays, and stores information from remotely-located
data collection transducers and sensors to support the control
of equipment, devices, and automated functions.
A: All hardware and software elements associated with the control
and monitoring of a system, including GUIs, databases, sensors,
relays, switches, remote telemetry units (RTU), networks,
A: They are used in various applications requiring real-time and
near real-time process control, e.g. electric power, oil and gas
pipelines, water treatment and distribution, and chemical processing.
A: Concerns are based on: