AVITENG helps you to guide choosing the right Command & Control Center for your organization
Incoming emergency calls, alarms, computer queries, communication of assignments, service coordination and support, warnings, documenting assignment data there are many sides to working in a control center. Whether it's for the ambulance service, the police or the fire service, forecast mapping, air traffic control or in industrial control rooms.
Once you’ve established capacity and people flow, consider what pieces of information you need to monitor such as cameras, data, tv feeds, radio communications, phone calls, or maps of a town or power grid. This lets you determine what technology and furnishings your command and control center needs to be fully equipped. To do this, you’ll have to sort through what you need to monitor and coordinate.
As you’re outfitting your command and control center, AVITENG takes into account practical issues like ergonomics and proximity.