This project eradicates old problems that had plagued the “large situational and dispatch centers, working with a great volume of information (including map information) in emergency situations”.
Previously, the major challenges of these centers had been heavily distorted appearance of maps on video walls, rigid work-spaces, and extremely noisy work spaces.
The designers – Architects A.Goryanov, M.Krymov, I.Cociuc- eliminated these problems by replacing the video walls with video cupola t give employees better views of the maps – So, no more distorted views;
Providing soundproof, mobile, flexible, comfortable, and independent work spaces – “In our project each workplace is an individual working module.
It is equipped all necessary, including the panoramic monitor and communications tools. Each module has the soundproofing transparent cap which can be completely closed or open. Also it is equipped with ventilation and air condition systems. Each workplace can move about a hall according to any set scenario.
In all points provided by scenario, the module automatically connects to power and low-current systems by a connector in floor. Modules can communicate with each other on a video conferencing when the isolating cap is closed. Also they can communicate with other control centers. The chair of the module has maximum number of settings including horizontal position to have an opportunity to see the cupola entirely.
All this allows to create a large number of work scenarios of the dispatch centre, proceeding from each concrete situation. The working module itself can be used in any room and not only together with video cupola” Reports Arch Group.
All problems solved.
By D’zyna Eni