Trihedral announces that it has achieved a milestone for its VTScada Software for Monitoring and Control, by reaching 1,000 water/wastewater utilities. Their most recent customer, University of Central Florida (UCF), will be using VTScada to rehabilitate their on-campus water treatment plant, with the help of VTScada Certified Solution Provider, Barney’s Pumps in Lakeland, Florida.
UCF has an enrollment of 62,000 students and 8,000 employees. In phase one of a water plant rehabilitation project, VTScada will be integrated as part of a complete control system being supplied by Barney’s Pumps. In future phases, the university will integrate seven lift stations and one booster station into the VTScada software application.
With a glass of champagne in hand, Trihedral President, Glenn Wadden, described this milestone to the assembled VTScada team. “This is a very neat milestone to reach just as we are closing out our 30th year in business (October 31st). It’s also neat that there are almost another 500 non-water customers as well. Each customer typically has multiple software licenses. Congratulations and thanks to all of you who made this happen by creating, selling, and supporting VTScada. The pace of sales is still accelerating.”
Why Choose VTScada?
Instantly intuitive integration, non-proprietary communications, and advanced polling management have led to VTScada’s acceptance as an HMI SCADA software standard in the water and wastewater industry. Advanced SCADA tools allow utilities to protect valuable drinking water resources by remotely monitoring and controlling their water infrastructure.
VTScada’s water SCADA features like trends, reporting, and alarms help to quickly identify issues that interrupt service and reduce the operational lifespan of distributed water pipes, pumps, tanks, and valves. To find out more about VTScada software, please visit: www.trihedral.com
SOURCE: Trihedral Engineering Limited