Wärtsilä sWOIS is a virtualised, server-based interface system that helps power plant operators overcome common problems such as obsolescence of old systems, availability challenges and cyber threats caused by the rapid digitalisation of the energy industry.
sWOIS is developed for power plants supplied by Wärtsilä and offers the best possible fit thanks to our technical understanding of how your plant has been built.
A longer lifecycle and better support for your system
Wärtsilä sWOIS is built on industrial-grade server hardware, meaning its virtualised operating system can be upgraded without changing your hardware – and vice versa
View availability instantly, with reliable backup handling and fast recovery
Monitor and react proactively to the health status of any sWOIS-connected device, and easily manage system backups for quicker post-failure recovery
Monitor power plant operations remotely
The in-built security technical controls and remote monitoring functionality of sWOIS enable you to access the system securely from any location
Analyse your process data effortlessly
Process data is collected automatically, stored for years and presented in an easily understandable way, helping you to make fact-based business decisions
Protection against cyber threats
To reduce cyber risks, sWOIS has IEC 62443 standard best practice security controls built in, including a firewall, OS hardening, malware protection, user management and network segmentation
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