Non-uniform, narrow-band transmission paths that are susceptible to interference are often the only resources available for communication between widely distributed processes. Telecontrol technology can use the available bandwidth efficiently, buffer data and recognise any faults that may occur.

BNA has profound knowledge of both standardised and manufacturer-specific telecontrol protocols and systems as well as expertise in using a wide range of communication paths. When designing telecontrol systems, we trust in standardised protocols, even though we are also able to interlink proprietary protocols and private types of data in an open system environment.

Mobile or line communication over the Internet are increasingly replacing the classical communication channels of established telecontrol systems. BNA takes the lower safety and availability of these transmission paths into account and provides IT safety concepts, redundant transmission paths and continuous data buffering.

Telecontrol protocols / technology
  • IEC 60870-5-101/104
  • DNP3
  • Modbus TCP/IP
  • SICAM 1703
  • TeleControl
  • Sofrel
  • SAE
  • Phoenix