On May 14, 2015, the opening ceremony of the TESKİ SCADA system and the Crisis Management Center was held.
TESKİ Service In the opening ceremony, Mayor of Tekirdağ Metropolitan Municipality Dear Kadir ALBAYRAK, Secretary General Dear Oral KARAKAYA, Vice President Dear Münür KARAEVLİ, City Council Member Dear Funda SERFİCE ve Dear Halil İbrahim YERLİKAYA, TEKPARK A.Ş. General Manager Dear Şahabettin KÜÇÜKYAZICI, TESKİ Assistant General Manager İ. Feyzi ÜNAL, Dr. İbrahim İÇÖZ, TESKİ Founder General Manager Prof. Dr. Dear Halim Orta,Metropolitan Assembly Members, Heads of Departments and press members participated.
General Director of TESKI In his speech about the details of the project, Dr. Safak Başa said: "When a person is thought to live only 3 minutes without air and 3 days without water, water is a precious thing. Nobody has the luxury of wasting water. Water consumption, which is regarded as a development indicator, has become a necessity to continuously measure and control the quality. It is unthinkable that the technology that enters every area of our life does not take part in this area. In recent years, all organizations that produce and distribute water have begun to apply technology in the water world. This includes system requirements such as water automation, remote access control and data collection, or SCADA. These systems and standards are also defined by law.
The flow, flow, level, pressure, chlorine pH, turbidity and other values of drinking water will be measured and monitored within the context of the SCADA system, in which 95% of all is projected to be more economical compared to domestic and equivalent projects and the top segment products are used at world standards.
As of today, the drinking water used by 60% of the population will be monitored through the SCADA system, in the first stage, 5 district centers, 3 drinking water groups, 4 mulga villages, 4 mulga provinces. Within the scope of these follow-up processes, flow measurement at 137 points, chlorine measurement at 39 points, warehouse level follow-up at 68 points, pressure measurement at 60 points will be performed within 170 measurement and control points.
Among the achievements of the SCADA project, we can list items such as emergency intervention, loss-of-miss trafficking, water energy and labor saving, efficient use of water resources, and future planning.”
Speaking at the opening of the SCADA and the Crisis Management Center, Tekirdağ Metropolitan Mayor Kadir Albayrak said: "Continue to TRAVEL and the Metropolitan. There are important infrastructure problems in Tekirdag. We are the only big city that deals with infrastructure within 30 metropolitan cities. But we will do all these things with our efforts. In Suleymanpaşa, all infrastructure problems will be over by 1.7.2017. In our other districts, our infrastructure work continues rapidly. From the beginning of 2016, we will be in tune with new foundations and openings. You will see that all the promises we made on March 30, 2019 have been fulfilled. I wish the SCADA system, which we use to have water with technological facilities, to be beneficial"
After the conversation, the ribbons were cut open. Following the opening, Mr. ALBAYRAK, who received information from SCADA Responsible Electrical Electronics Engineer Bora METİN about the effects of SCADA's working system in the Presidency of Drinking Water Department, did not neglect to make the first intervention to the Lower Sevindikli Water Wells via the system. At the opening, there was also a live connection to the water wells. The SCADA Chamber will also be used as a crisis management center and will provide continuous monitoring and control of water. camera views, vehicle tracking systems, flood monitoring systems, critical points to be placed in the valve-flow chambers of possible crises can be electronically intercepted from a single center.