IPC 2023 offers slots of time for the creators of open projects to do presentations and divulgate them. These presentations on open software projects of the Pascal community will consist of one-hour sessions in which the people in charge of open software projects will explain their plans, how they coordinate the project’s community and how you can collaborate in the project’s development. Some of the presentations will be the following:
Summary: Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) is a control system architecture comprising computers, networked data communications and graphical user interfaces for high-level supervision of machines and processes. PascalSCADA is a set of components aimed to facilitate the creation of SCADA applications on Lazarus. The main features are native communications without external libraries to main industrial controllers, simple datatype tags, string tags, array tags and complex tag structures, with asynchronous and synchronous read/write operations, extensible security manager that allows you control which user can do some some actions (can be built in security manager or a external one, eg. Siemens WinCC and can also authenticate users through biometry or RFID), visual component library that makes easy the building of process screens. It's mainlly used in industrial process, where do you need interact with industrial controllers, sending commands or recipes, monitoring process conditions or simply logging everything such as process events or variable historic.
Speaker: Fabio Luis Girardi .
Bio: Fabio Luis Girardi graduated as a Data Processing Technician and works with the development of industrial control and automation systems for several sectors, the main ones being food and refrigeration. He started programming at the age of 12 in Basic (1995) and with Pascal at the age of 18, a language he never abandoned. In 2006 he started writing the PascalSCADA project, a set of visual and non-visual components aimed to facilitate building industrial SCADA applications in Lazarus, this being his best known work in the Pascal community.