June 26, 2019 (MLN): Avanceon Limited has been awarded the contract for the provision of state-of-the-art SCADA and Business Intelligence based Decision Support System (DSS) to meet the growing demands of a Water Network for a leading Infrastructure & Utilities company in the GCC. The mega project is expected to conclude by the end of 2023.
As per a notification issued to PSX on Wednesday, Avanceon will be partnering with world’s leading industrial software solution providing firms.
The company will be integrating all business and operational systems into a single touch point Decision Support System (DSS). The solution will include designing, engineering, supplying and commission of high-end Real Time SCADA system and its integration with multiple support systems such as Customer Management System, Asset Management System, Geographical Information System, Weather System, Building Management System, hydraulic Modelling System, Intelligent Command and Communications Systems and CCTVs. State of the art Cybersecurity solution will also be incorporated in overall network design, the notice stated.
Once finished, the project will increase the handling capabilities of the Water Network. This will also help the customer in reducing operating cost, optimizing asset investment, providing rapid incident and emergency response, improving asset reliability and increasing asset monitoring.
“The aim for this project is to improve efficiency, reduce unit cost for end users and provide uninterrupted delivery of services” it added.
“Avanceon is already into the world of highly sophisticated mega projects like this one. We have the experience, expertise and the right partners to implements the SCADA and DSS system for our customers for country wide applications. This is just a start and will pave way for intelligent and Reliable digitization, Industrial IoT and AR solutions to the asset levels and will increase performance and maintenance capacity of the systems”, Avanceon’s Head of Middle East Sarmad M. Qureshi said during the signing of the contract.
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