- Artificial intelligence – the positive impact that embedded, and augmented intelligence, is having on operator effectiveness, enabling previously unattainable outcomes in advanced and automated process control, real-time guided operator assistance, and predictive asset management.
- Field device proliferation – the increasingly cost-effective nature of data loggers, sensors, and more broadly, “connected things” underpinning the Internet of Things (IoT) phenomenon.
- Economic volatility – the impacts of fluxing economic conditions means that our customers – especially governments investing in public utilities, such as transport networks and smart cities – need to remain financially agile, to ride the ups and downs of infrastructure investment cycles.
Maximising return on investment (ROI) for Capital Intensive Projects
UGL’s Integra Ecosystem delivers the most flexible, scalable and extensible platform upon which any Operations Management Control System (OMCS) can be delivered, and the modular architecture ensures that our customers can always adapt to the changes happening around them – be it in partnership with UGL’s design and engineering experts, or through in-house engineering capabilities.
Integra Ecosystem’s architecture exposes this flexibility through a powerful Application Programming Interface (API), ensuring that system obsolescence becomes a thing of the past. Every capital dollar invested, or maintenance dollar spent on expanding the capabilities of an Integra system will drive more value out of the data and information layer – regardless of whether that data is sourced from the field, or derived from Business Information Systems (BIS) – delivering overall process optimisation, efficiency and operational excellence.
End-to-end Ecosystem Stack
Enabled with partnerships with proven technology vendors to provide a fully integrated system with evolving technologies for continued growth and success.
Integra’s secure ecosystem architecture effortlessly manages over 500,000 SCADA IO points, providing fast, granular monitoring and control.