The Biggest Questions Asked in Your Initial Meeting for Command Center Consoles

Posted by Kristen Nielsen on Jul 15, 2019 1:11:37 PM

Taking notesYou’ve scheduled a meeting with your Xybix Representative to discuss new Command Center furniture consoles; here are some recommendations and expectations to ensure you get the most out of your time. Speaking of time, plan to spend an hour to an hour and a half for your initial visit. Including key players such as managers, supervisors, directors, operators, IT, and the architect (if applicable) will help to ensure all concerns and questions are addressed upfront.

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Topics: Command Center Console Furniture, Workstation Planning, Operations Centers, Resources

Standing Desks Increase Efficiency & Focus in Casino Security Surveillance

Posted by Kristen Nielsen on Jun 6, 2019 1:42:20 PM

Casino Security SurveillanceCasino floors are like no other place on earth. The flashing lights and winning rings of slot machines. Cocktail servers
all around with smiling faces. The cheers of excitement as someone shouts “red!”
or “black!” Your casino has an energy that can’t be found anywhere else. Because
of all this constant action, you need exceptional security operations.

The recent advancements in technology are astonishing. Cameras can cover every inch of the floor and use facial recognition. Real time text alerts are used to notify staff instantly of a possible threat. It is no secret that constantly upgrading and investing in new technology is a key strategy to keeping your guests and casinos secure and safe.

But what investment is your casino missing?

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Topics: Height Adjustable Workstations, Security Console Furniture, Eye Strain, Casino

Complete Your Control Room with Personal Storage Solutions

Posted by Kristen Nielsen on Apr 26, 2019 3:52:59 PM

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It’s time to upgrade the consoles/desks in your command and control room. You’ve got the buy in from all the higher-ups and everyone understands the importance of ergonomic height-adjustable consoles. Now what?

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Topics: Command Center Console Furniture, space planning, Storage

3 Ways You Can Beat The Mid-Day Wall

Posted by Kristen Nielsen on Apr 12, 2019 11:17:00 AM

Regardless if you work a traditional 9-5 or a 12 hourHitting the MidDay Wall night shift, its likely you know what hitting the midday wall feels like! Your day probably starts off with a cup of coffee or energy drink, then you're  feeling pretty good, and ready to conquer the day. Next, is lunch, hopefully giving you a chance to step away or maybe you're forced to eat at your desk and as the day wears on, it happens… the wall! That drowsy feeling you get every afternoon with several hours left on the clock.

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Topics: Human Interest, Morale, Stress

How & When Do you Start Planning for Control Room Furniture?

Posted by Gail Gerlesits on Oct 16, 2018 2:16:51 PM

let's go GIF by Ramsey SolutionsIf your control room is finally being renovated or you have a brand new control room on the horizon, there are a TON of items to get in order. It can be difficult knowing what to tackle first. The furniture of the control room is clearly a huge element of the project, but with all of the moving parts you need to address, when should you start planning for the furniture?

The answer is NOW!

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Topics: Command Center Console Furniture, Design, Workstation Planning

How Much Does a Command & Control Room Console Cost?

Posted by Megan Yartz on Sep 21, 2018 4:01:06 PM

howmuchIf you are purchasing something such as a brand new radio or perhaps a new monitor, for the most part, you can lean on Google to compare pricing amongst several different websites, and even make your purchase that same day! But, what about a “custom" ergonomic furniture solution - "How much does a Command & Control Room Console cost?"

“Can you provide a budgetary cost?” Yes, but it will vary depending on the different command and control furniture vendors and which options you can add. To help answer these questions and more, let me walk you through a typical quoting process and what determines the price.

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Topics: Security Console Furniture, Command Center Console Furniture, Buying, Purchasing, Price, Workstation Planning, Operation Centers

When to Consider Updating Your Control Room Consoles (Don't Let Them Go To The Dinosaurs)

Posted by Megan Yartz on Jun 29, 2018 2:42:34 PM

http://www.jurassicworld.com/videos/tension-control-roomEver feel like you are stuck in a scene from The Twilight Zone or Jurassic Park while working a 12-hour shift? Everything is evolving and changing around you, yet somehow you are still stuck behind this massive, uncomfortable, and archaic platform called a control room console.

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Topics: Command Center Console Furniture, Operation Centers

Who Do I Involve in the Process of Planning a New Control Room?

Posted by Gail Gerlesits on Jun 7, 2018 9:48:40 AM

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Whether you’re planning a new control room or revamping your current one, you understandably want the end result to work well for your people. In fact, you probably want them to love it. The goal is obvious, but how do you make sure you get there?

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Topics: Command Center Console Furniture, Operation Centers, Morale

Console Furniture: Should You Upgrade Now, or Should You Wait?

Posted by Megan Yartz on May 15, 2018 4:48:29 PM
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Time and time again, we hear people say, “Well, we may be looking to upgrade our console furniture, but we might be moving into a new building. We will just hold off for now.” Does this sound familiar to you?

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Topics: Security Console Furniture, Command Center Console Furniture, Design, Workstation Planning, space planning, Casino

How Many Monitors Can Fit on a Command Center Console?

Posted by Megan Yartz on Apr 12, 2018 10:27:41 AM

pondering simon rex GIF by Simon Rex  Dirt Nasty-downsizedWith the continuous trend of increasing monitor sizes, a question we are frequently asked is "how many monitors can fit on a row of a command center console?" In command centers, control rooms, and surveillance areas, monitor wall visibility is often critical for an operator’s performance, so you want to try to find the most ideal setup for viewing performance. So, what is the right amount of monitors? It depends on several things.

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Topics: Security Console Furniture, Ergonomics, Command Center Console Furniture, Eye Strain, Workstation Planning, Operation Centers