As stated on the company website: "It's not a Product. It's Not a Service. It's a Partnership."
CitiWorx is comprised of a cloud based solution for monitoring vast numbers of assets in real time, including equipment, signs, sensors and key performance indicators (KPI). The system also provides a vital set of tools for monitoring resources including vehicles, traffic and public transportation. Users can access the system with any mobile device or tablet with a web browser.
"The CitiWorx Platform is not just a technology platform.", says B-Scada CEO Ron DeSerranno, "Building a solution for a smarter city is a complex undertaking. CitiWorx is supported by an experienced development team ready to assist with data integration and customization. Our extensive partner ecosystem is also available to provide hardware and system integration services where needed. Citiworx is the entire package".
CitiWorx is built on Microsoft Azure and has the ability to support millions of assets through information modeling using OPC UA. An extensive suite of development and design tools, API's and utilities allow for rapid deployment of full featured solutions. The B-Scada development team has extensive experience in working with real time data from diverse sources and integrating that information into meaningful solutions to empower decision makers. B-Scada's partner ecosystem includes world class suppliers of hardware and sensors, system integrators and engineers ready to address the needs of the most challenging projects.
You can learn more about CitiWorx by visiting: www.scada.com/software/citiworx
B-Scada provides software and hardware solutions for the monitoring and analysis of real time data in the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition), IoT (Internet of Things) and Smart City domains. B-Scada systems are sold worldwide in various verticals including: building automation, transportation, smart grid, manufacturing, agriculture and commerce. B-Scada solutions are deployed onsite and as cloud-hosted solutions in a SaaS (Software as a Service) model.