Control Rooms - Design & Integration
Electrosonic’s control rooms design team considers the total working environment and works with our clients to establish operational hierarchy and communication regimes within the control room. The design team constantly researches and evaluates the latest products and technical innovations. These findings along with our many years of experience uniquely qualify us to specify appropriate solutions regardless of manufacturer.
Electrosonic has the engineering, programming and project management skills to deliver a complete control room solution. Accreditation to InfoComm International as a Diamond Level Solutions provider means fifty percent of Electrosonic staff have achieved and maintain a general or advanced CTS certification. In addition, certification to ISO9001 Quality Management System ensures standards are met and solutions are fully integrated into their ‘home’ environment.
- A strong focus on project management ensure every stage of the project is considered and completed accurately, on time and in budget
- High standards of rack wiring and labelling ensure that systems perform to expectation and are easy to maintain, maximising system up-time
- A 13,000 square foot production space and wood and metal work facilities provide an area to test off-site builds and deliver a fully operational system
Our Design Team Offers:
- Ergonomic Design
- Task Analysis
- Space Planning
- Display Technology
- Audio-Visual Design
- Environmental Design
- Aesthetic Design
- Lighting Design
- Console Layout
Bristol Water completely upgraded its operational control room with a new overview display comprised of a video wall and big-screen display; new workstation displays, furniture and consoles; and a central control rack that helps provide improved monitoring and more efficient working conditions.
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Caltrans District 7
Caltrans upgraded the audio-visual system at its Los Angeles facility with a new videowall that comprises a 12-screen center unit in a 4x3 configuration flanked by a pair of 6-screen 3x2 units. The giant wall features 80-inch diagonal screens in the center and 52-inch screens on the sides.
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