Xybix's Eagle Dispatch Consoles Are Here to Stay: Here's Why.

Posted by Halley Barba on Jul 12, 2019 9:53:01 AM

Xybix Eagle Dispatch Consoles
Xybix’s Eagle Line dispatch consoles have been taking over comm centers and PSAPs for over a year now, but why are these consoles here to stay? Let me help you experience the Eagle Difference.

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Topics: Health, Accessories, Features, Communications Center, Climate Control

Solution to Disruptions & Interruptions: A Status Indicator Light for 911 Dispatch

Posted by Kathleen Utley on May 14, 2019 9:24:16 AM

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“I’m on the phone!”

Never has that phrase been more important than when you’re taking a 911 call where your every bit of attention needs to be to the caller on the other end of the phone. You’re responsible for asking questions, gathering information on the emergency as well as dispatching fire, police or an ambulance. Heck, that’s a lot of pressure! Not to mention, you’re also being recorded on the line.

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Topics: Lighting, Accessories, Features, Communications Center, Climate Control

What's with the Eagle? Xybix's Eagle Dispatch Consoles Unwrapped

Posted by A Previous Xybix Employee on Jun 28, 2018 9:47:30 AM

eagleYou’ve heard a lot lately about Xybix's new Eagle Line of Dispatch Consoles, but what exactly is the “Eagle Difference”? Let us explain...

What’s the Eagle Difference?

Can you picture that black edge that practically EVERY piece of industrial furniture you’ve seen since you were in grade school has? You know, the stuff that looks like it belongs on a bumper car?

Well, it’s gone. G-O-N-E! Gone with the wind! You get the picture.

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Topics: Height Adjustable Workstations, Ergonomics, Lighting, Cabling, Accessories, Standing Desks, Features

Dispatch Furniture for 911: What is a Slatwall?

Posted by Ken Carson on Feb 2, 2018 3:53:45 PM

giphy-downsized (24).gifYou may hear the term “slatwall” being used to describe part of your furniture, but what exactly is slatwall? What does it do for your dispatch furniture?

The slatwall panel was originally designed to serve as shelving in a retail store so that retail workers could hook merchandise onto the wall. Slatwall panels are made up of rows of dovetail-shaped slots, and they are designed so that items can be hooked into the slots and hung from the slatwall. The most common use of slatwall in the 911 Public Safety industry is to hang monitors. A panel is usually mounted at the back of the monitor surface, and it moves up and down with the height adjustment of that surface.

Slatwall has also been adapted to be used on dispatch consoles due to Xybix creating and patenting RollerVision, which is a monitor mount with focal depth adjustment.

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Topics: Dispatch Consoles, Accessories

Customizing Cabinetry for 911 Comm Centers & Office Spaces

Posted by Ellie Bittourna on Dec 15, 2017 3:45:32 PM

Custom Storage Unit 1.jpgYou've received the "go-ahead" to start planning a project to get new workstations in your 911 Comm Center. You begin by researching possible console suppliers, or you might already have a vendor in mind. After you’ve done your research on the consoles themselves, you begin to weigh your options, but...have you thought of everything? One thing to consider that is sometimes overlooked is the addition of custom cabinetry and office solutions. If you are able to customize your console, why can't you customize your cabinetry and offices as well?

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Topics: Buying, Dispatch Consoles, Accessories

How Do I Complete My Room After Shopping for New Dispatch Furniture?

Posted by Ken Carson on Jun 19, 2017 3:27:12 PM

100.pngYou’re right in the middle of shopping for new dispatch furniture, and you realize that you don’t know what to do about all the ancillary storage and furniture in the room. You can’t just keep the old steel HON file cabinets when they are ugly and do not match anything. So how do you complete your room after shopping for dispatch furniture?

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Topics: Dispatch Consoles, Accessories, room layout

The Best Health Accessories to Stay Moving at your Dispatch Console

Posted by Ken Carson on Nov 2, 2016 3:24:48 PM

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Xybix has mentioned plenty of times throughout our blogs how incorporating movement while working at your dispatch console can help you burn more calories, improve your focus, and even lower your risk of developing certain ailments. The good news is that there is no shortage of tools on the market that are designed to get you up and moving at work. After evaluating quite a few of them, here are five of the best accessories and exercises to help you stay healthy. We will start with the easy and low-cost (FREE!) items and work our way up.

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Topics: Health, Human Interest, Accessories

How to Keep My Computers Cool in the Dispatch Center?

Posted by Ken Carson on May 25, 2015 8:00:00 AM

COOLKeeping your computers cool is an important concern to address in your dispatch center as a hot, running computer will show you the blue screen of death if it gets too warm. While this is a built-in fail-safe for the CPU itself, this is not what a dispatcher wants, especially in the middle of an important call. Computers that run on higher temperatures also tend to have shorter life spans which can lead to spending budget money sooner than you would like.

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Topics: Buying, Accessories

Protect Your Comm Center Against the Spread of Germs

Posted by A Previous Xybix Employee on May 18, 2015 12:03:56 PM

DirtyKeyboardAs a Communications Supervisor, I often wonder how we can better protect ourselves from the germs, common cold and flu type symptoms, we all bring into the comm center on a daily basis. In my own center and in many of the centers I visit, I notice air purifiers, hand wipes and hand sanitizers sitting throughout the workplace.

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Topics: Germs, Accessories

Creative Xybix Product to Keep Workstation Cables Neat and Clean

Posted by A Previous Xybix Employee on Jan 29, 2015 5:15:37 PM

At Xybix headquarters, our team of engineers are continually improving upon our product with new ideas and options. End users are some of the most important people to use our product. If it weren’t for you, we might not understand the importance of individual heat and air control at a workstation, or even the need for individual lighting.

Over the years, our engineering department has listened to you, your ideas and your concerns. They have taken this feedback and come up with some great ideas to enhance your comfort at your workstation in a communication center. Antimicrobial worksurfaces and bias lighting are just a couple of items that Xybix has introduced over the past two years. This year, we are introducing acrylic shrouds. Now you’re asking, what are acrylic shrouds?

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Topics: Accessories