Simcenter SCADAS Maintenance – Why you should do it

By SilviaM

Gathering reliable data fast and easy is a strong competitive advantage in the simulation-test world and an absolute trademark for us as a company. Therefore, we dedicate a lot of time and energy to help customers benefit from the strong capabilities of the Simcenter SCADAS hardware for as long as possible.

Fit for work in the field or in the lab, our Simcenter SCADAS family of data acquisition systems  – part of Simcenter Testing Solutions – supports customers all over the world. It helps them get the right results for Noise Vibration Harshness (NVH) and durability measurements around the clock for the most varied applications, delivering optimal testing productivity.

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Like for any high-tech item, we recommend yearly calibration and maintenance on the Simcenter SCADAS systems, so that they can operate at full potential day in, day out. It is a necessary process that helps protect the quality of the already acquired data, on the one hand, and maximize the reliability of future measurements and increase the lifespan of the modules, on the other. This way, users can keep an eye on potential risks of failure and act on time to prevent them.

With decades of expertise in providing the utmost attention to the entire data acquisition family, your Simcenter SCADAS is in good hands with our service team! Whether you’re using Simcenter SCADAS Lab, SCADAS Recorder or the pocket-size SCADAS XS, whether you have questions about getting a replacement hardware or the type of contract that best suits your needs, they are ready to help in all practical matters and provide valuable advice.

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But what happens behind the scenes, when you send Simcenter SCADAS into maintenance? Our colleagues in Marketing made an impromptu decision to visit the premises where the development and maintenance of the Simcenter SCADAS equipment takes place.

The result is a video which we are happy to share with you:

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This article first appeared on the Siemens Digital Industries Software blog at