Control rooms can be high-pressured and fast-moving environments to work in, be it emergency call centers, transport, security or energy management. Ensuring that these environments are efficient and productive depends largely upon the design and the way in which the technologies within the control room are used.
The Control Room Technology Workshop (CRTW) is a one-day event that focuses on the essentials of modern control room design and management. It is an exciting collaboration between the world’s leading manufacturers in the Control Room industry: Adder Technology, Mitsubishi Electric, Eizo and Saifor, who all provide their expert knowledge on the latest trends and technologies in control room solutions. This includes critical issues surrounding ergonomics and work space design, technology choices, flexibility and performance.
The workshops are held at different locations around Europe, with the next event held in Rome, Italy on the 22nd and 23rd November 2017. Throughout each workshop, system integrators, control center operators and end-users are all given an overview of the importance of control room design from each of the participating companies. Delegates are then informed about real-world case studies and application stories, before being presented with a mock-up control room scenario. This provides the unique opportunity to get hands-on with the technologies displayed, and to experience how the different technologies work and complement each other to create the optimal control room environment.
By combining the knowledge of four leading companies in control room solutions into one single workshop, everyone attending has an opportunity to network with industry experts and seek specialist advice and suggestions for future planning. After receiving positive feedback and attracting large audiences at previous events in Warsaw, Frankfurt and Stockholm, the CRTW event is returning in November for its 4th edition in Rome at the Courtyard by Marriott.