AC22 -It’s 2:00 AM – Do You Know Where Your SCADA System Backup is?
Recorded On: 04/14/2022
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.5 contact hours towards CWEA's: CSM , MT, EIT Certifications
SWRCB Waste Water CEUs: 1.0
SWRCB Drinking Water CEUs: 1.0
Cloud-based SCADA systems combine remote sensors, cellular communications with robust cloud computing services, and operate independently of physical equipment. A new type of IIOT solution gives agency staff the ability to monitor and control operations from any web-enabled device, regardless of location. Systems are fault-tolerant and resilient.
Describes the limitations of traditional SCADA compared to Cloud-Based SCADA.
Describe how a large educational institution was able to use cloud-based SCADA systems to remain fully operational during the COVID-19 Shelter-In-Place order.
Understand how Cloud-based SCADA systems cost dramatically less than traditional SCADA, don't require specialized IT/SCADA programming, and provide superior protection from cyber threats.
Roya Yousefelahiyeh, PE
Black & Veatch
Roya is a project engineer at Black & Veatch with nearly 7 years of experience. She has worked on the design and construction of several projects including recycled water treatment plants (Title 22 for irrigation and IPR), wastewater treatment plants and pump stations. She has Master’s Degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering from North Carolina State University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering. She served as the Treasurer of CWEA San Francisco Bay Section from 2016 to 2021. As of March 2022, she is the Fundraising Officer of Engineers Without Borders- San Francisco Professionals Chapter.
Vice President of Product Development
As Vice President of Product Development, Mark Puckett brings together technology engineering, software development, and market insights to create robust solutions for customers. Mark’s product management experience includes agricultural and commercial irrigation, as well as municipal drinking water and wastewater software engineering. Mark earned a B.A. from Harvard University.
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