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Control Room Design and Functionality
Control Room Design and Functionality
Control Room Design and Functionality
Control Room Design and Functionality
Control Room Design and Functionality
Control Room Design and Functionality
Control Room Design and Functionality
Control Room Design and Functionality
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Control Room Design and Functionality

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Designing and manufacturing custom console solutions since 1980, Evans has a quarter of a century of design knowledge under our belts. …

Designing and manufacturing custom console solutions since 1980, Evans has a quarter of a century of design knowledge under our belts.

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  • 1. Designing and manufacturing custom console solutions since 1980, Evans has a quarter of a century of design knowledge under our belts.
  • 2. The world leader in control room console and technical furniture solutions…
  • 3. Mission Critical Solutions Console, or technical furniture, selection is a vital part of any mission critical facility design. Whether you are furnishing a 24/7 emergency response control room, computer center, mission critical operations center, a trading floor, or a small operations center, Office Furniture or similar desking systems are simply not designed to handle the stress of these demanding environments.
  • 4. Control rooms serve as the nerve centres of operational processing and house the personnel in charge of such functions within any corporate structure. Because of this, these rooms must be well designed to streamline operation and ensure optimization of resource control. This usually meant compromising the aesthetic appeal of rooms for high functionality however, with proper design and appropriate control room furniture; functionality can be merged with appeal. The gadgets and technology that will be used in these command centres need to be factored into the design process if these rooms are to be useful.
  • 5. Command centers or control rooms are operational nerve centers of large business operations. These hubs serve as the central operations node from where resources are controlled, surveillance of operations or security is undertaken, administration of networks is conducted and
  • 6. There are companies that provide solutions such as 3D modeling in the planning of the control room furniture design and deployment. For adequate and relevant solutions, one should ideally seek the services of a professional and engage in consultation with those who will use the end product.
  • 7. Optimizing command center infrastructure
  • 8. Consideratio ns in design of the control room solutions 1. Durability 2. Resource and equipment mobility 3. Space 4. Solutions must be adaptable, f
  • 9. For more information visit www.evansonline.com

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