Sistemas centrales de supervisión y gestión

A large number of diverse, mutually separate and seemingly incompatible electronic systems in modern and industrial facilities often become a problem that requires the implementation of a central control and monitoring system (CCMS).

Depending on the scope and purpose, the central control and monitoring systems are divided into:

  • CCMS (Central Control and Monitoring System), in the narrow sense, is part of the industrial process geographically limited to one location
  • SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) – part of the industrial process geographically extended to the wider area
  • BMS (Building Management System)
  • BAM (Building Automation System)

Among the elements of different types of complex systems are different sensors, transmitters, control logic (RTU, PLC, DDC etc.), control elements, telecommunication protocols, software and hardware interfaces, server computers with specialized software equipment and user interfaces.

  • RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) – specialized devices for signal monitoring and control, without the implemented algorithms
  • DDC (Direct Digital Control) – specialized devices for monitoring and control according to a number of pre-defined signals and implemented algorithms, e.g. air conditioner controllers
  • PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) – programmable logic controllers, monitoring and control devices of a more wide-ranging application where the designer and programmer are responsible for signal determination and application of algorithms

Eccos designs and implements all types of central monitoring and control systems, depending on the characteristics of the facility and in accordance with the capabilities, needs and requirements of the user. We use proven software and hardware equipment of world-renowned manufacturers, and all the solutions we offer are the result of many years of experience of our engineering team, which is the basis for the quick implementation of new projects.