To get the most value from a Mission Critical Control Room, good design and construction are not enough. Optimal functionality depends on an engineering approach that is based on
scientific principles and complex calculations unique to each mission-critical installation.
Whether the goal is to monitor and analyze geospatial data, manage utility infrastructure, or operate and control intelligent transportation systems, a deep understanding of the workflow and day-to-day use is necessary. This understanding must be combined with the knowledge of ergonomics and human factors engineering to enable an environment that makes managing mission-critical events easy, intuitive, and engaging.
Download this whitepaper for details on all five engineering considerations.