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control rooms

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Control Rooms are used in numerous applications and in different markets. Some examples: telecommunications, military, transportation, energy, aerospace, water management, and the entire “public utility” sector; process plants, emergency services, police, fire departments, data centers, etc.

All of these applications have some common characteristics: the central core for the representation of information and data is always a large LEDWall or LCD video wall and a control system, which in many applications must be able to represent information 24/7 and it is therefore obvious why it is so important to invest in quality when implementing a Control Room project.

In general, large-format screens are used to collect, display and distribute all kinds of information to make all data visible and accessible to operators to ensure effective monitoring of the situation.

In fact, such a system must help to deliver all the information that is needed to make quick, problem-solving decisions about existing problems and emergencies.

The specific requirements of a large-screen system, such as the size of the
video wall
and input signal sources, always depend on the application area. In addition, within the same scope, each project has its own unique requirements, so it is very important to have a flexible and customizable solution.

THE MAIN REASONS FOR INSTALLING A LARGE-FORMAT VIDEO WALL IN A CONTROL ROOM ARE:

Precise monitoring of all information and consequently a fast response time in the taking charge of emergency management and resolution.

Possibility of customized and advanced control.

Ability to manage alarms, configuration of predefined scenarios (presets), ect…

Task sharing (co-participation and participation
simultaneous multiple operators).

Management of multiple displays.

Large number and type of signals handled.

IN THE DESIGN OF A CONTROL ROOM, IT IS NECESSARY TO CONSIDER OTHER FACTORS AS WELL:

Installation location and available space.

Type and duration of display (crucial in choosing a display).

Type and quality of signals to be displayed.

Environmental Conditions (brightness, temperature, humidity, etc.)

Number of users/operators- Budget.

Life-time.

Service and Maintenance Costs.

Operating Costs.

Expandability.

Ergonomic Aspects.