The WinCC SCADA platform unleashes the full potential of the CCWS. Operators, engineers and maintenance teams at the Noonday Creek plant are already reaping the benefits of automated maintenance and...
Tim Alderman, Dan Machado, Walt Rittenhouse, Pat Brechbill and Lou Kennebeck make up the core CCWS technical team. They worked together with an integrations software provider to unify four primary...
Cobb is one of metropolitan Atlanta's most populated counties. Nearly one million people call it home. Millions more work, play and visit inside the borders of this suburban stretch of neighborhoods,...
The first plant upgrade was at the Noonday Creek facility in Kennesaw, Ga., creating a model for the technology refresh at Cobb's three other treatment plants. Because the system standardized to the...
LONDON (Jan. 22, 2015) – The global programmable logic controllers (PLC) market witnessed a strong decline in growth in 2012 due to the uncertain economic scenario in the developed world, most...
Motor control centers, PLCs and VFDs improve uptime and data management to keep pipeline stocks moving.
Using built-in plant viewing stations or laptops at home or on the road, operators, maintenance and engineering crews can see the entire CCWS or drill down to the device level in any facility to...
Bob Meads (r) looks on as process control analyst Dan Machado checks the status of the Noonday Creek wastewater treatment plant using WinCC.
WinCC screens have simplified operations across the Cobb Co. Water Treatment system.
Bob Meads (l), Lou Kennebeck and Tim Alderman can check the Noonday Creek wastewater treatment plant's status from virtually any location using Web Navigator.