SCADA System Design in Illinois

WD Automation, Inc. develops, designs and integrates Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems for water and wastewater control and monitoring in Mt. Vernon, Marlow, Drivers, and Marcoe, IL and throughout Illinois. We strive to provide system design that addresses the challenges of water systems operators, giving them crucial insight for everything from better flow management to water quality monitoring. We engineer SCADA system designs that improve visibility and reduce the need for site visits.

Simplifying Water System Management

SCADA systems are a vital part of water system architecture, paving the way for better oversight, transparency and versatility in water system management. Implemented correctly, SCADA systems can improve security, reduce site visits, expedite emergency response times, monitor and record vital data, and even serve as the backbone for an IoT buildout that includes I/O sensors and RTU devices.

We approach SCADA system design with a mind for not only the system’s current needs but future innovation, as well. We’ll design and integrate a system that serves as a foundation for ongoing improvements in water and wastewater system monitoring.

Our Capabilities

When it comes to the development, design and deployment of SCADA systems, WD Automation, Inc. works with Illinois customers to provide comprehensive support.

Our capabilities span the following, from design and development to setup, training and troubleshooting:

  • Field startup of equipment
  • Operator training
  • Scheduled or emergency service
  • Remote software support
  • Technical phone support
  • Radio topographic path studies
  • Local and Wide Area Network (WAN) setup
  • On-site system troubleshooting and maintenance

Consult with Experienced SCADA Systems Experts

WD Automation, Inc. is the authority in SCADA system designs for water and wastewater control systems. To discuss your needs with one of our experts, contact us today at 618-315-6558. We’ll consult with you about the scope of your SCADA, VFD, or other internal system and the specific needs and expectations for a SCADA system.