RealiteQ SCADA systems allow real-time data from the plant floor to be accessed from anywhere in the world. This access to real-time information allows local, national and international industries to make data-driven decisions about how to improve their processes.


The introduction of modern IT standards and practices such as RealiteQ web-based SCADA has greatly improved the efficiency, security, productivity, and reliability of SCADA systems for industry use.


RealiteQ is successfully embedded in industrial wide range of products used by global & American leading enterprises such as Jonson Control, Schneider-Electric, City bank, Coca-Cola, Tesla, Unilever, L'Oreal, Solenis, Hercules, etc.




Case Study – RealiteQ system interface with GE system, Austria

A local distributor and integrator of GE control systems in Austria was looking for a real-time communications system that would transmit the data of the controllers he provides to Austrian municipal water and sewage authorities. (...)

Case Study – OEM – Virtual power plants, Germany

The German company TBS is a virtual provider of energy that connects various generators throughout Germany to local power grids on the basis of designated contracts. (...)

Case Study – Industrial & agricultural desalination system (Worldwide)

Desalitech is an Israeli company that supplies advanced, energy-efficient seawater desalinization systems. The system was developed by Desalitech in 2008 and is supplied to industrial plants around the world. (...)

Case Study – OEM – Increasing energy efficiency in cooling towers (Worldwide)

Cooling towers are large energy consumers common in many applications around the world. These facilities undergo a drop in energy efficiency over time, and the companies that service the cooling towers face a major challenge to improve energy efficiency (...)

Case Study – OEM – international chemical company (Worldwide)

Solenis is an international chemical company with two centers, one in Europe and the other in the United States. The project’s key challenge was to enable full control of a large number of systems located around the world with minimal manpower and maximum uniformity, so that each constituent (product managers, region managers, sales managers and technical personnel) could see and operate their areas of responsibility easily and simply. (...)