Tuesday, 24 August 2010 12:48

Viklele Associates release Black Diamond SCADA 1.0 Beta

By Vikram Lele

Pune, India - Viklele Associates announced release of their Black Diamond SCADA v1.0 for beta trials. Black Diamond is a highly configurable, scaleable and reliable SCADA solution.Black Diamond SCADA is packed with innovative features to simplify building a robust industrial process control and monitoring solution. It offers an integrated reporting, monitoring and control functionality for use across industry verticals.

Unlike conventional SCADA solutions, Black Diamond SCADA does not require any scripting / programming for even most complex of process monitoring requirements. Right from defining data channels, process tags, computed / memory tags to defining trend screens, process diagrams with control action and a variety of data reports - every aspect is highly configurable.

Nidhi Purnapatre, project manager for Black Diamond SCADA said, 'Early adaptors of this SCADA have found it refreshingly different and easy to use'. She added, 'It is architected to be extensible - third party developers can create and plug-in custom data channel drivers, add animated symbols and other data processing modules using Black Diamond API. They all seamlessly work with Black Diamond SCADA. Users find built-in features like manual entry screen designer, report designer, task reminder service, active and history alarm views and out of the box device status display very useful. They are amazed at the breadth and depth of features in Black Diamond SCADA.'

Black Diamond, with its novel approach, significantly cuts down the time and skill required for build a reliable and user friendly SCADA / HMI solution. It is targeted to address process monitoring and control requirements of shop-floor, as well as reporting and analysis requirements of managers.

Further details regarding features of Black Diamond SCADA v1.0 beta can be obtained from our website https://www.remocs.com

Black Diamond SCADA v1.0 (beta) is available to qualified beta users immediately.

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