Control system architecture can range from simple local control to highly redundant distributed control. Supervisory control and data acquisition, or SCADA, systems, by definition, apply to facilities that are large enough that a central control system is necessary. Reliability criteria for C4ISR facilities dictate the application of redundant or distributed central control systems.
"Describe control system architecture types.
Discuss the benefits of distributed control system architecture systems.
Discuss the use of programmable logic controllers.
Identify the recommended configurations of SCADA systems.
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