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Optimized ergonomics for control center drivers
JST control center: Modern technology meets control consoles and displays from the 1960s in the rooms of EnBW Erneuerbare und Konventionelle Erzeugung AG.
Increased control and tax expenditure, expansion of tasks and a growing number of monitors – in the control center of the Rudolf-Fettweis-Werk hydroelectric power plant of EnBW Erneuerbare und Konventionelle Erzeugung AG, the increasing demands on employees have been taken into account. New technology and extensive furniture from Jungmann Systemtechnik set new standards in ergonomics.
“We were fortunate to be able to inspect a Jungmann project in the computer center of EnBW Systeme Infrastruktur Support GmbH,” reports Jürgen Reichert. Exactly these installations, which the team of JST already realised some years ago under the roof of the EnBW group, could also convince the project manager of EnBW Erneuerbare und Konventionelle Erzeugung AG.
By means of 3-D planning not only the decision makers for the new project could be won over, but also the employees were significantly involved in the development process of the new control center through visualisation. 14 drivers of the control center, which is manned around the clock, benefit from the optimisations made. Individually and continuously height-adjustable control center desks create ideal working conditions. A large display wall provides maximum overview of the monitoring and control tasks in the control center of the Rudolf Fettweis factory.
JST control center table: The upper rear wall panels of the Stratos control center desks are equipped with magnetic decorative strips
JST furniture: A custom-made product from JST – a radio was integrated into the centrally placed storage container at the customer’s request
JST Highboards: Mobile highboards with doors and drawers were also made for the storage of various documents
Die EnBW Erneuerbare und Konventionelle Erzeugung AG
EnBW Erneuerbare und Konventionelle Erzeugung AG operates the majority of the EnBW power plant park. The company’s own and partly owned power plants, shareholdings and long-term power plant purchase agreements ensure an efficient and environmentally friendly generation mix of nuclear, coal, gas, hydro, wind and other renewable energy sources. Its main tasks are the production of electricity and district heating, the thermal treatment of waste and engineering services in the power plant sector. More than 3,700 people are employed by EnBW Erneuerbare und Konventionelle Erzeugung AG and EnBW Kernkraft GmbH.