While “design process” means something different in a lot of industries, generally engineers have a distinct idea of what it entails. For them, it’s when mathematical and scientific skills come together to fulfill a common goal. When a building doesn’t follow principles, as is sometimes the case with areas like control rooms, command centers, nocs (network operations centers), and data centers, mistakes are made that can often cost companies a lot of money, just because of the wrong design process.
More specifically, we shall shift our focus towards the military sector, a mission-critical market where Inracks Consoles stands out as a reputable supplier, manufacturer, and partner when it comes to console furniture for defense-related, control room environments.
High-end technology of control room console and the emergency furniture solutions are the key components of a highly-functioned 911 emergency dispatch. It requires critical and technical consoles ergonomically designed to tackle the high-intensity 911 emergency environments. The system demands fast pacing works need to be done efficiently and well-coordinated with people and technology on a more firm base. This technical furniture is used with high-tech systems and accessories to run the 911 emergency dispatches.
This is the second installment in our multi-part look at control room furniture and design across a variety of industries. It is important to take a broad, multi-category view of control room design, not just for the sake of those within specific industries themselves; but also for designers to keep their view as wide as possible, to learn and build solutions from a variety of situations and challenges.
This article will be focusing on design elements and initiatives for clients within the Airport/Air Traffic industry. It is important for firms to be familiar with this industry, as $255 billion was invested in new airport construction in 2017 and a further $885 billion was dedicated to infrastructure upgrades—some of which was dedicated to airport control rooms.
Control room furniture is an important consideration for successful companies across a variety of markets. We will take a look at some of these industries in our upcoming series of articles on how the role of console furniture has become more important to other types of niche markets over the past decade.
Today let us consider surveillance enterprises. Modern closed-circuit TV technologies have increased the access and economy of such set ups. There seems to have been a significant increase in companies looking to establish a modern loss prevention, parking surveillance, or other security system for their business. It goes without saying that even a relatively modest security network necessitates a devoted surveillance control room.