Eugene Commissions a New SCADA System to Monitor Network
Survalent Technology, a provider of smart grid solutions for the control room, announced today that it has commissioned a new Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system for Eugene Water & Electric Board, Oregon. The new system features Survalent’s open-architecture system based on Windows Server. It includes several of Survalent’s open system applications, including: WorldView, SCADA Explorer, Command Sequence, Event Data Recording, SCADA Add-In, Remote Alarm Annunciation, Database Transcription, External Alarm, and Virtual RTU.
The Eugene Water & Electric Board, founded in 1911, is Oregon’s largest customer-owned utility and provides electricity and water to more than 86,000 homes, business, schools, and other customers in Eugene, Ore.
“We welcome the EWEB initiative to convert their existing SCADA system from a VMS platform to a modern Windows Server operating system,” states Mike Roth, Vice President of Sales for the Central United States. “The system conversion will enable EWEB to benefit of the newest product development and applications that are continuously developed by Survalent on a Windows Server platform. The new system is using new applications and features that had not been available on the previous platform.”
About Survalent Technology
Survalent Technology is the oldest and most experienced independent supplier of SCADA systems for Electric, Transit, Renewable and Water/Wastewater utilities in North America. For over five decades, we have helped more than 400 utilities use operational data to increase reliability, efficiency and customer service. With our proven and reliable SCADA, Outage Management System (OMS), Distribution Management (DMS), Demand Response (DR), Distribution Automation (DA), Substation Automation (SA), SurvCentral Mobile Applications, Smart VU Visual Utility, and i-Surv Hosted SCADA, utilities transform data into actionable intelligence. We partner with utilities across the globe to create mission critical solutions that will achieve the promise of the Smart Grid. Learn more at http://www.survalent.com.