Blue Control®, part of the Robotek Group, has developed a SCADA-system (supervisory control and data acquisition) for water supply plants, which gathers supply, filtering, pumping and info and reporting in one solution.
Our solution for controlling water plants is developed for small and larger plants. The technology is the same, but the alignment is different and always customized.
Our SCADA-system is based on industrial technology and design, characterized by functionality, flexibility, stability, robustness and availability.
We only use components from leading European suppliers, all of which are represented in Denmark, including Siemens, Phoenix, Grundfos, Danfoss and Vacon.
The controlling gives access to the water supply plant through the Internet, for example from a local PC on the plant, at home or from a tablet or smartphone.
Our experienced staff conducts a thorough review of your water plant, and then draws up a solution that fully meets your exact needs. We can provide a complete installation and commissioning solution, or you can choose to have your local installer executing the installation.
The controlling of the water supply plants are adjusted to your plant through a simple interface. This makes it quick to install and commission as it is easy to make changes later. Further, we have no requirements for annual licensing fees.
Twenty years of working with water supply and waste water treatment plants has provided us with a thorough understanding of the challenges and inspired us to develop the BLUE CONTROL® concept: A concept which is prepared for the future but already available now.
Our head quarter is located just north of Copenhagen with easy access by public transport.
Every single drop counts “It’s an incredibly versatile system and yet amazingly simple’”, says operational manager Henning Andersen at Faxe Water Supply as a conclusion after the successful installation of a Robotek solution at one of their local utilities. The solution manages all the wells, pumps, and filters and thus provides continuous surveillance of performance […]