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Guy van Wijmeersch, Strategic Marketing Director, Barco UK delivered this presentation at the 2nd Annual Control Room Design & Operations Conference. ...

Guy van Wijmeersch, Strategic Marketing Director, Barco UK delivered this presentation at the 2nd Annual Control Room Design & Operations Conference.

This conference provided insights into streamlining operations, optimising efficiency & managing costs in your control room facilities, through effective design and operations.

For more information, visit http://www.informa.com.au/controlroomdesign14

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Guy Van Wijmeersch, Barco UK - Gazing into Screens of the Future: Designing Screens for the Future of Control Room Capabilities Guy Van Wijmeersch, Barco UK - Gazing into Screens of the Future: Designing Screens for the Future of Control Room Capabilities Presentation Transcript

  • Gazing into Screens of the Future Intro to control room applications
  • The best way to predict the future is to build it Alan Kay Courtesy Minority Report2
  • Fiction Courtesy Hunger Games3
  • Reality Courtesy Hunger Games4
  • 5
  • Which one will never happen? 6 §  Hologram Star Wars Princess Leila
  • Page 7 Barco Facts and figures More than 200 technology patents Present in more than 90 countries About 4.000 skilled & passionate employees Partnerships with industry leaders and distributors Customer loyalty consistently above benchmark
  • Business areas Lighting Design servicesATM software Four core divisions, four wholly-owned ventures LED HealthcareEntertainment & Retail Industry & government Defense & Aerospace
  • Barco - found wherever advanced visualization is critical to success Helping over 2.5 billion commuters get home safely every day Helping produce and transport over 15 million barrels of oil every day Immersing researchers in new worlds Monitoring half of the world's electricity transport
  • Industrial and Government: §  View Better: ▫  Best in class Visualization of complex images & data for multiple market applications §  Share Faster: ▫  Enabling collaboration between people on one site or multiple sites §  Resolve Quicker: ▫  Enabling fast decision making through advanced visualization “View Better, Share Faster, Resolve Quicker”
  • Technology Display technology Projection technology Connectivity Collaboration
  • 12
  • The Promise 13 CES – ISE 2014 : Curved LCD •  Fit for purpose •  24/7 •  Sustainability •  Life Time •  Novel •  Price •  Accesibility •  Interface
  • Screens in Control Rooms UHD screens 84 and 55 inches Multi-touches14
  • solution Positioning Value high low Price low high Direct View Projection LED
  • What is the purpose of a video wall? 16 ▪  To Inform ▪  To Watch ▪  To Immerse ▪  To Monitor ▪  To Impress ▪  To Seduce ▪  To Excite ▪  To Teach
  • Display Walls - Potential Benefits §  Collect many information sources in one place §  Provide “big picture” status overview §  Enhance teamwork among operators §  Improve situation awareness §  “Wow-factor” Significant potential for Improving operational performance which can lead to better overall plant performance = Increased profit for client If…… the technology is implemented such that it helps end user
  • 11/03/2014 18 Control Rooms: Saudi Aramco, OSPAS , Saudi Arabia Abdallah Jum’ah, Saudi Aramco’s president and CEO, gave 60 Minutes a tour of the company’s command center, where engineers scrutinize and analyze every aspect of the company’s operations on a 220-foot digital screen. “Every facility in the kingdom, every drop of oil that comes from the ground is monitored in real time in this room,” Jum’ah explained. “And we have control of each and every facility, each and every pipeline, each and every valve on the pipeline. And therefore, we know exactly what is happening in the system from A to Z.”
  • 19 Control Room: Airtel, India.
  • Page 20 DISTRIBUTED REAL-TIME KNOWLEDGE Visual Collaborative solutions 20
  • Page 21 Levels of Collaboration Telepresence   Gesture  control   Speech  and  facial  ID   recogni7on   Immersive   Collabora.on   Mul7-­‐site  sharing  and   collabora7on   Cross  federa7on   linkages   Handhelds  and   portables   Distributed  Decision   Making   Shared  opera7onal   overview   Shared  Situa.onal   Awareness   Opera7onal  overview   Common   Opera.onal   Picture   Basic  teleconference   Consulta.on   Basic  telephony   Conversa.on  
  • Page 22 Enhanced collaboration “built-in” •  Share images or views •  Share or transfer control •  Strictly controlled by administrator •  Collaborate with colleagues within the control room •  Share with others in subsidiary rooms •  Bring in colleagues elsewhere on your secure network •  Ideal for quickly bringing in experts •  Ideal for restricting what’s shown within subsidiary rooms and main control room
  • Networked visualization sub system Wide Area Network Local Area Network Management services Recording services Gateway Display controller Network display Source adapter Display Adapter Fixed sources Mobile devices
  • Page 24 2 2 3 3 44 1 1. Info & data collection • Sources • Screens 2. Understand what you see • Overview • Interact 3. Distribute to stakeholders • Cooperate • Escalate 4. Decide faster & smarter • Shared situational awareness • Dispatch & publish Stakeholder Field Ops 4 Video Data Applications Briefing room Collaboration in Action
  • Page 25 Desks: Classical situation
  • Page 26 Desks: challenge
  • Page 27 iDDS Clean Desk Uitgangspunt § 
  • Page 28 Desks: Problem definition §  Multiple Monitors: PC & CCTV §  Interfaces: KVM, Joystick(s), Control panels §  Communication :Telephone, Radio, ... §  Multiple operators and keyboards per desk §  Uniform desk layout §  Interface to1 systeem from multiple desks
  • Page 29 Visualisation: Monitoring §  Applications: how many, resolutions, aspect ratios §  Simultamouns or touring §  how many monitors, aspect ratios § Kind of information: PC images vs Video §  Overview and/or Local screens per Operator §  technology: Cubes of LCD screens?
  • Page 30 Controllers: classical §  Matrix Switchers §  Desktop Controllers
  • Page 31 Controllers: Conversion from AV to IT LAN Controller Display Wall Multiple Monitors Ethernet Switch Ethernet Switch Analog Cat5 Cat5Fiber Fiber Direct Digital Feed IP Cams PC’s
  • Page 32 Efficiënte werkplekbediening VC2012: B&PS
  • Page 33 Efficiënte werkplekbediening VC2012: B&PS NGP: Networked Graphics Processor - Videowall resolution(VCNL) : 2.560 x 1.600 * 4 NGP’s - Monitorwand resolution : 1.680 x 1.050 * 5 via 2 NGP’s NGP 01 NGP 02 NGP 03 NGP 04 NGP 05 NGP 06
  • Page 34 Efficiënte werkplekbediening VC2012: B&PS VDS: Virtual Desktop System - Videowand resolutie (VCNL) : 2.560 x 1.600 * 4 = 10.240 x 1.600 - Monitorwand resolutie : 1.680 x 1.050 * 5 = 8.400 x 1.050 ScreenScraping technologie naar NGP’s
  • Page 35 Efficiënte werkplekbediening VC2012: B&PS VDS: Virtual Desktop System - Videowand resolutie (VCNL) : 2.560 x 1.600 * 4 = 10.240 x 1.600 - Monitorwand resolutie : 1.680 x 1.050 * 5 = 8.400 x 1.050 Viewer positie (VNC/Camera) positioneren
  • Page 36 Efficiënte werkplekbediening VC2012: B&PS VDS: Virtual Desktop System - Videowand resolutie (VCNL) : 2.560 x 1.600 * 4 = 10.240 x 1.600 - Monitorwand resolutie : 1.680 x 1.050 * 5 = 8.400 x 1.050 VDS: positie; NGP: Inhoud
  • Page 37 Efficiënte werkplekbediening VC2012: B&PS VDS: Virtual Desktop System - Videowand resolutie (VCNL) : 2.560 x 1.600 * 4 = 10.240 x 1.600 - Monitorwand resolutie : 1.680 x 1.050 * 5 = 8.400 x 1.050 Ultimo: VDS als KB/MSE interface
  • Page 38 Controllers: Concept of Digital KVM Company LAN GDN LAN
  • Page 39 39
  • Page 40 Extending information richness 40 broad range of data sources multitude of networked display devices
  • Page 41 The platform 41 Internal Data Sources Add Real-Time Data Mobile Desktops Fixed Displays Distribute & Interact External Data Sources Design & Organize Create Channels
  • Page 42 42 Direct integration of corporate data sources Compose Common Operational Picture across subsystems Enrich control room with online data and social media Enable sharing of control room information with mobile users Make real time collaboration easy Adding Functionality to Control Rooms Applications
  • Page 43 Google Glass for Control Rooms
  • Conclusions §  Consumer technologies and gadgets are increasing expectations of use cases in industrial setting §  More sources will come into the control rooms creating bigger data streams to be visualised §  Collaborative and distributed knowledge and decision making will need to be supported §  Displays, mobile, workstation and overviews need to be designed and implemented carefully. Design is how it works, not alone how it looks. 44
  • www.twitter.com/Barco www.facebook.com/Barco www.youtube.com/BarcoTV Thank You Guy Van Wijmeersch Guy.vanwijmeersch@barco.com Please join the LinkedIn control room discussion group . www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=1433117