Alayoubi technologies provides smart control room solutions as per client’s convenience. User can monitor each & every
of the action of the designated surveillance area.
smart control room solutions can be equipped with
With the smart home automation stepping its foot in the market, the energy prices are skyrocketing. As technology
makes you invincible you can combat this issue in 2018 smart homes by equipping your home by a glow in dark
smart energy tracker with a LED light. With utilizing the magnetic resistive sensors the energy tracker will wirelessly
allow you to measure the house electricity usage. This small yet innovative product will give you:
A bed that adjusts and transforms with our sleeping pattern and ensures that you have your best sound sleep
ever is a now for real. The sleeping mattresses are embedded with such a smart technology that provide
quality rest. Their adjustable bases deliver an outstanding comfort by responsive air technology, the smart
furniture has snore detection sensors and the foot of the beds automatically warms to make user drift into
their sleep with great ease.
Imagine a spa-like experience in a smart home of 2018. With smart showers that draw water for your own
bath and high tech, tubs induce brain relaxation and aromatherapy sessions from your mobile app.
This is the smart home of the future; there is no end to technological evolution and human mastermind
behind it. Smart home automation is an extremely creative concept in today’s world. As our homes get
automated so does our mindset. With time, even the strangest and far-fetched things will appear normal.
Control room design is increasingly being recognized as an extremely important contributor to high performance.
The 3 critical components of control room design are:
Technology and machinery
Put simply, our control rooms should be designed around the needs of the operator using a top-down approach
that takes into account all areas of their console – including but not limited to the room layout, how well the monitor
tilts, the lighting and air temperature.
And while control rooms are complex projects to design and build, often difficult to update once operational,
it’s good practice to understand the key principles of control room design. This insight can be used to direct any
future updates and also to make small improvements over a period of time.
Ergonomics is the science of fitting workplace conditions and job demands to the capabilities of the working
population. In more practical terms, it’s about designing for efficiency and comfort in the working environment.
In the control room, the work environment is particularly crucial for several reasons:
operators often work long shifts
the control room is operational 24/7
the role involves prolonged periods using displays
employees are handling ever-increasing volumes of data
contextual factors require fast responsiveness and create pressure
So before doing anything, ask yourself whether the control room you operate in is truly built to support staff.
If there are areas where the environment is not totally compatible, try making some improvements to ergonomics;
the next 3 points will help you identify the most critical.
The control room building itself is the shell of the system and so is vital in its own right. Experts suggest the recipe
for control room architecture success includes:
Sufficient space to comfortably accommodate all necessary equipment and allow staff to move freely
Off-white Matt or flat finished walls
North-facing windows visible from a seated position
Consideration for reflection to reduce eye strain
Customization with logos, images and designs to give identity
Furniture that’s reconfigurable, robust and that requires little head movement and minimal eye movement.
It’s easy to forget that standard office furniture is designed for use 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. When you
consider that a typical control room operates 24/7, 365 days of the year, we can see exactly why it’s useful
to opt for purpose-built control room consoles.
The research tells us that the control room environment is strongly affected by a set of core factors:
Air quality and temperature