This introductory course describes the most generic aspects of automation and remote control for managing water and energy resources. The most advanced electronic technology for compiling, controlling, and processing data is indicated. The most common remote control elements used for these purposes are described and basic terminology and concepts are described that will be covered further in subsequent courses.
In this introductory course describes the generic aspects of automation and remote management of water and energy resources. It indicates advanced electronic technology to capture, control and data processing. It describes the most common elements of telecommunications employees for these purposes and introducing basic terminology and concepts that will be developed in subsequent courses.
The spectacular advances in the field of ICT ¿s of the last decades, has enabled the widespread use of automatic control systems of processes applied to all fields of human activity. Process automation displaces human labor to supervision and decision making required organization, increasingly, planning, standardization and management of the work process.
An application field of growing interest as remote systems are intended for the management of water and energy resources, usually scarce so the use of technology for use rational and optimized to the actual needs, is fully justified and, in appropriate, rewarded.
The concept of integrated remote remote management and remote control. Relate remote field elements, with the information provided by the various sensors.