Photo 1 | JST control center concept: In the Bremerhaven Adwen control center, operators benefit from the extensive wealth of experience of the JST specialists. Workstations that meet the latest technical and ergonomic requirements, as well as a carefully thought-out room concept and proactive visualisation of the various systems characterise the control room.
Photo 2 | JST Operator Desk: The stepless electromotive height adjustment makes it possible – the special Stratos X11® CommandDesks can be individually adapted to the needs of every operator. To relieve back strain, the user can switch between sitting and standing, for example.
Photo 3 | JST DisplayWall®: The control center employees have a perfect view of the DisplayWall from their workstations®. The design strips with high-quality aluminium brushed surface and the AmbientLight give the large display walll the distinctive JST look.
Photo 4 | JST Design: A perfect coordination of technology and design - also in terms of colour - creates ideal conditions for a pleasant working atmosphere. Here it is especially the warm wood tones paired with modern design elements.
Photo 5 | JST furniture: JST quality - the side panels of the Stratos X11® OperatorDesks with quality seal in brushed stainless steel; here in the "Pine navarra" decor version.
Photo 6 | JST control center desks: The Stratos X11® OperatorDesk not only meets the highest ergonomic and visual demands, ...
Photo 7 | JST control centers: …behind the inspection flaps are generously proportioned, illuminated supply rooms, which offer a perfect appearance thanks to cleanly installed technology.
Photo 8 | JST large display technology: JST pays particular attention to the details. This can be seen, for example, in the design of the large display wall with high-quality brushed stainless steel design strips, accentuating AmbientLight and flush-fitting loudspeaker systems. The AmbientLight can, for example, flash red in the event of a critical alarm - in other words, it is "event-controlled".
Photo 9 | JST Displays: Thanks to the LC displays of the Slim-Line series used by JST, an image can be displayed very large and across frames as a big picture across many displays. The only 6mm narrow frames offer ideal conditions for this.
Photo 10 | JSTQuickOut mounting system: The large screen wall displays are mounted directly on the wall in a way that saves space. By applying light pressure to the outer edges of the display, each individual display slides forward (quick-out) to provide access to rear connections and technical components in case of inspection.
Photo 11 | JST MultiConsoling®: The photo shows the JST myGUI, the user interface for the MultiConsoling® computer is simply and intuitively connected to the workplace monitors and the large-screen displays. Only one mouse and keyboard is required per workstation.
Photo 12 | JST technology: Sophisticated hardware for JST MultiConsoling®; the so-called grabbers in the RackMount-Kit and the power unit positioned under the grabbers for the 230-Volt supply.
Photo 13 | JST technology: Sophisticated hardware for JST MultiConsoling®; the so-called grabbers in the RackMount-Kit and the power unit positioned under the grabbers for the 230-Volt supply.
Perfect technical solution for monitoring centers
120 new offshore wind turbines to be monitored – in order to perform this huge task professionally and in a qualified manner, the wind specialists of the company Adwen have brought the team of JST – Jungmann Systemtechnik on board. With success: “Thanks to the new technology we can guarantee smooth operation,” sums up Marco Eden, responsible for the conversion of the Adwen Monitoring Center in Bremerhaven.
A confusingly large number of different screens that are not optimised for24/7 control center operation, complicated switching back and forth between the individual monitors – the problems in the former Adwen Monitoring Center are familiar to operator teams in many control centers. “We urgently needed a perfect and future-oriented solution,” remembers Marco Eden.
Large number of plants with MultiConsoling® in view
After a visit to the Buxtehude control room simulator – the only control room simulator from JST in Europe – the Adwen team was quickly convinced. Marco Eden: “We were delighted with the possibilities available. The MultiConsoling technology® provides the perfect overview when monitoring the many different systems”.
JST MultiConsoling®: The photo shows the JST myGUI, the user interface for the MultiConsoling® computer is simply and intuitively connected to the workplace monitors and the large-screen displays. Only one mouse and keyboard is required per workstation.
Current application is connected directly
In particular, the expert appreciates that thanks to MultiConsoling® it is now possible to switch directly to any monitor by simply switching the desired application, without having to change locations: “We no longer have to keep an eye on everything at once, but can switch on what is needed in the current application. This is especially necessary with the diverse hardware of our various customers in order to guarantee trouble-free processes.“
Optimal room concept thanks to perfect planning
Further benefits from the JST control system MultiConsoling®: The number of workstation monitors could be significantly reduced, and this naturally also has an effect on the interior design of the control room. The number of special Jungmann Stratos operator consoles was optimised in favour of a perfect room concept. Marco Eden: “We decided on the JST desks with regard to ergonomics, and the team is very satisfied.
JST large display technology: JST pays particular attention to the details. This can be seen, for example, in the design of the large display wall with high-quality brushed stainless steel design strips, accentuating AmbientLight and flush-fitting loudspeaker systems. The AmbientLight can, for example, flash red in the event of a critical alarm – in other words, it is “event-controlled”.
Pleasantly cool and quiet in the control center
The same applies to the outsourcing of computers to an adjacent technical room. “It is now pleasantly cool and really quiet in the control center,” says the project manager, citing the decisive improvements. This naturally also includes the new large display wall with a total of eight UltraSlimLine LC displays, which, thanks to its millimetre-thin frames, makes it easy to display cross-monitor BigPicture displays. Marco Eden about the new wall, which keeps the whole team informed about the most important events: “The large display wall is used very intensively by everyone”.
JST concept convinces during operation
Current balance of the Adwen project manager after the first months of operation of the new plant: “We are really convinced of the overall concept that JST has provided us with the new Monitoring Center”.
Reference projects of JST (selection)
- s.Oliver, Rottendorf
- SachsenEnergie, Dresden
- SAG, Berlin
- SAG, Nürnberg / Nürnberg Messe
- Salzgitter Flachstahl
- Senvion SE, Osterrönfeld
- SGL Carbon Group, Bonn
- SIEMENS, Wegberg
- Spenner Zement, Erwitte
- Städtische Werke Magdeburg
- Stadtwerke Gießen
- Stadtwerke Ratingen
- Stadtwerke Steinburg GmbH, Itzehoe
- Stadtwerke Wolfenbüttel
- Starlim Sterner, Marchtrenk
- STORAG ETZEL, Friedeburg
- Straßenverkehrsamt Frankfurt am Main
- Swisscom, Zurich