G. Madhusudhana Rao



Automatic Bottle Filling and Capping Machine using SCADA with the Internet of Things

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In today's fast-paced, fiercely competitive industrial environment, a business must be adaptable, efficient, and well-organized if it hopes to survive. Streamlining operations in speed, dependability, and product output has led to a significant need for industrial control systems and automation in the process and manufacturing industries. As a result, automation's impact on daily life and the global economy is growing. This study aimed to develop an IoT-based SCADA for an automatic bottle-filling and capping system. The WinCC Explorer software used to design the production contour and monitor and control it is intended for use in this simulation. Delta was used to develop and test the ladder diagram. To reduce the number of rejected bottles, the system was designed to utilize a retentive timer instead of an on/off delay timer. The system's primary characteristics included low power consumption, low operating costs, minor maintenance, and less fluid loss. All of these factors ultimately improved cost-effectiveness and raised the profit margin. Fully automated bottling facility that achieves vital energy and efficiency savings through speed control. It is advised to employ a completely automated system rather than a traditional control system in light of the findings and recommendations.


Bottle Filling, IoT, SCADA, Energy Efficiency, Speed Control of VFD, Manufacturing sector, Industrial Competency


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G. Madhusudhana Rao. (2023) Automatic Bottle Filling and Capping Machine using SCADA with the Internet of Things. International Journal of Internet of Things and Web Services, 8, 1-7


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