Cloud SCADA moves to Azure platform

09 May 2022

Emerson has improved the scalability, data protection and threat intelligence of its Zedi Cloud SCADA software-as-a-service control platform by moving it to the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.

The more robust cloud host enables customers to securely scale their supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems quickly and easily to achieve environmental, social, and governance (ESG) commitments, better safeguard critical business assets, and empower users to adapt their operations to changing requirements while mitigating risks and operational costs. 

Most industrial operations are challenged to efficiently meet cost reduction targets and demonstrate actions to attain sustainability goals. Emerson’s Zedi Cloud SCADA platform uses advanced automation and software, including machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence to build predictive models that lead to autonomous operations over time, helping support sustain-ability efforts in data-intensive industries. Critical data from those predictive models can then be stored in an operation’s data historian to more easily track and trend performance and emissions and demonstrate compliance to regulators.

“By moving to Azure, we can better provide managed IIoT services across the edge and cloud that easily connect, monitor and control assets around the world with multi-layered security, in-creased global data centers, and enhanced infrastructure,” said Nathan Pettus, president of Emerson’s process systems and software business. 

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