Remote Monitoring Solution Provided by B-Scada Helps Glass Manufacturer Diagnose Equipment Failure

B-Scada, Inc. (OTCQB: SCDA) has announced the release of a new case study detailing the work of Florida-based engineering consultant, XOThermic, Inc., authorized resellers of B-Scada's software solutions.

XOThermic had recently deployed B-Scada's software at a glass manufacturing plant in Texas when a plant worker arrived in the morning to smell something burning.Because the B-Scada monitoring had been installed, XOThermic was able to log in to the system from hundreds of miles away in their Florida office and pinpoint the exact time and location of the potential equipment failure. B-Scada's software showed not only the data from the failed equipment, but provided a snapshot of the exact conditions of all monitored equipment at that time. This reduced the need for manual inspections and tests, saving the customer a significant amount of time, and eliminating unnecessary downtime. Read the full case study here.

About B-Scada, Inc.

B-Scada, Inc. (OTCQB: SCDA) is a leading developer of data virtualization technology and distributed information management services. Its technology enables real-time monitoring, management, and optimization of industrial and commercial business processes over networks both local and remote, leveraging the latest web technologies to provide real-time data visualization on mobile devices. B-Scada's Status product line provides data acquisition and visualization solutions that connect industrial processes to the enterprise in real time, empowering transformation and growth in today's data-driven organizations. As early proponents of the Industrial Internet and related technologies, B-Scada pioneered cloud-based data virtualization with its VoT (Virtualization of Things) Platform, providing a PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) option for M2M and IoT applications.

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