Photo 1 | JST control center concept: The operator team in the Messe Berlin control room benefits from the extensive experience of the JST specialists. The perfect combination of technology and design - here in combination with the AlarmLight - creates ideal conditions for smooth operation.
Photo 2 | The plain and functional entrance area may be deceptive: Behind the door hides one of the most modern facility control rooms in Europe.
Photo 3 | JST Control room: Highest technical and optical demands perfectly combined: The colors of the lighting on the Stratos X11 OperatorDesk and on the DisplayWall can be freely and intuitively selected. With high-priority alarms, the color changes event-controlled to signal to the operator that he must become active immediately.
Photo 4 | JST Solutions: Ergonomic furniture, most modern and optimized for the 24/7 optimized large screen technology and a control system that makes it possible to access all information from any workstation are the hallmarks of Messe Berlin's new control room.
Photo 6 | JSTOperator desk: The infinitely variable electromotive height adjustment makes it possible - the special Stratos X11 CommandDesks can be individually adapted to the needs of every operator…
Photo 7 | To relieve back strain, the user can switch between sitting and standing, for example.
Photo 8 | JST Furniture: First-class ergonomics and flexibility. Visual distances to the workplace monitors can be immediately and individually adjusted for each employee at shift change. The table top has sufficient depth for keyboard and paper. Lowering the monitors allows a relaxed head position and a clear view of large screens. The EU standard DIN EN527-1 is of course fully complied with.
Photo 11 | ... Behind the access panels are generously proportioned, illuminated supply rooms that offer sufficient space for technology and large quantities of cables, thus creating a perfect picture in the control room.
Photo 12 | JST CommandBox: Recessed directly into the tabletop of the OperatorDesks - the CommandPad for the JST CommandBox system. At the push of a button, the buttons enable the desired scenarios to be displayed on the monitors at the workplace and on the large screen wall at lightning speed.
Photo 13 | JST monitor articulated arms: The workstation monitors are attached to the OperatorDesks with height-adjustable 3D articulated arms. They allow an ideal and individually adjustable viewing angle and viewing distance on all displays through a parabolic arrangement.
Photo 14 | JST Large screen wall: The JST-DisplayWall with a total of 46“-Displays keeps the entire control room team informed of key events in real time. This is ensured by a automatic source activation, the JST-PixelDetection-Software. The 24/7 capable business displays are installed in a large screen cladding; this keeps noise and heat away from the operator stations.
Photo 15 | JST large screen wall: Behind the stainless steel design strips of the DisplaySuit the AlarmLight for the optical alarm of the employees. Additional acoustical signals are transmitted via an audio system integrated into the large screen wall.
Photo 16 | JST large screen wall: Acoustic panels for sound minimization and an LED display optimize the large screen wall.
Photo 17 | JST large screen wall: The design strips with high-quality aluminum brushed surface and the AlarmLight give the large screen wall the unmistakable JST look.
Photo 18 | JST QuickOut mounting system: Perfect service accessibility - even for displays located in the middle of a video wall.
Photo 19 | JST large screen wall cladding: In the control room of Messe Berlin, the large screen wall cladding not only reduces the noise level in the control room, it also offers additional storage space thanks to multifunctional equipment - here a key cabinet.
Photo 20 | JST large screen wall: A screen wall cladding cannot only score with optical advantages, it also reduces heat and noise in the control room. It also has some special features in the Messe Berlin control room - here integrated drawers.
Photo 21 | JST MultiConsoling®: The myGUI reflects an image of the control room. It serves as a user interface for the MultiConsoling®. Advantage of this technology: Computer signals with keyboard, video, mouse, audio signals, cameras and even TVs are flexibly displayed in real time on the monitors at the workplace or on the large screen walls.
Photo 22 | JST MultiConsoling®: The heart of the JST MultiConsoling® - the MultiCenter (Device at the bottom). Above it there are two myGUI controllers and a mixer amplifier for merging audio signals.
Photo 23 | JST MultiConsoling®: Optimal solution - the power unit can be seen in the lower section of the picture; directly above - integrated in a 19-inch chassis - are the grabbers.
Photo 24 | JST ControlRoom Automation: This way no alarm gets unnoticed by the operators: An intelligent combination of CommandBox and a module for audio recognition ensures that events are automatically displayed on large screens or workstation monitors.
Photo 25 | JST crisis room: Via the JST MultiConsoling® the crisis room of the new Facility control room is directly connected to the main system. All representations and alarms can be routed here to be processed.
Photo 28 | …in open state, makes all required supply connections conveniently available directly at the workplace.
Photo 29 | JST-MultiConsoling®: A graphic model of the room is also displayed on the monitor in the crisis management room of Messe Berlin GmbH using the interactive myGUI user interface.
With efficient measures to the ultra-modern facility control room
International Consumer Electronics Fair in Berlin. Thousands of visitors crowd through the exhibition halls. And very slowly and initially completely unnoticed, the air conditioning fails. A nightmare that no one in the buildings of Messe Berlin GmbH has to fear. Latest control technology allows for a preventive approach to such scenarios. In one of the most modern facility control rooms in Europe, the operator team relies on products from JST- Jungmann Systemtechnik. A separate computer for each application, a colorful IT landscape that not only lacks any operating convenience, but also becomes a stress test for the employees due to loud fan noises. Messe Berlin GmbH has taken efficient countermeasures. With the support of the JST professionals, an ultra-modern and at the same time tailor-made control room was created, which is also up to future requirements.
Latest technology in the control room simulator
“Our original concept was to assign a fixed monitor to each application,” recalls Jörg Jäger, Head of the Infrastructure and Building Technology Department at Messe Berlin.
During a visit to JST’s control room simulator in Buxtehude, the delegation from the capital was quickly convinced: “There are significantly more flexible systems,” says Jäger.
MultiConsoling® on the test bench
Under the wings of project manager Andreas Notzon, the Berliners tested the JST MultiConsoling® – a technology that makes it possible to display any source in real time on workplace monitors, on individual large screen displays or as BigPicture across several large screen displays.
Only one mouse and keyboard are needed per workstation to operate everything in real time.
This allows the operator to keep an eye on all relevant messages while minimizing the number of monitors.
In future, interventions only in the control cabinet
Jörg Jäger: “With MultiConsoling® we are also well prepared for the future.
If new systems are added, the changes will in future be made in the control cabinet.
No more intervention in the actual control room is necessary.”
Secure and proactive alarm management
The staff at the new facility control room on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds monitor all technical installations on the grounds around the clock.
These include around 100 lifts and 430 ventilation systems.
In order to be able to permanently monitor all these facilities, the work of the operators is supported by state-of-the-art proactive large-screen technology.
Thanks to the Alarm-Management-Systems PixelDetection® alarm management system, the right information gets to the right place at the right time.
Through acoustic and visual alarms the dispatcher team acts efficiently and can concentrate on the really important things.
JST Large screen wall: The JST-DisplayWall with a total of 46“-Displays keeps the entire control room team informed of key events in real time.
This is ensured by a automatic source activation, the JST-PixelDetection-Software.
The 24/7 capable business displays are installed in a large screen cladding; this keeps noise and heat away from the operator stations.
Desired scenarios at the push of a button for all to see
Messe Berlin has also opted for the innovative ControlRoom automation system to ensure that incoming alarms are processed quickly and reliably.
The advantages of this technology are clear: A series of buttons, which are embedded directly in the work surface of the OperatorDesks, allows desired scenarios to be displayed on the monitor wall or alarms to be acknowledged at the touch of a button.
The so-called CommandPad can be individually assigned – depending on the priority of the employees.
JST CommandBox: Recessed directly into the tabletop of the OperatorDesks – the CommandPad for the JST CommandBox system.
At the push of a button, the buttons enable the desired scenarios to be displayed on the monitors at the workplace and on the large screen wall at lightning speed.
"All-in-one package" brings substantial improvements
For Jörg Jäger, one thing is certain: “We have achieved significant improvements, not only in terms of technology and room acoustics.
Workplace ergonomics are also taken into account, for example, with the height-adjustable tables“. Conclusion of the head of department: “With this all-in-one package from JST, we have succeeded in significantly reducing the psychological and physical stress of our employees”.
Reference projects of JST (selection)
- s.Oliver, Rottendorf
- 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 Wolfenbüttel
- Starlim Sterner, Marchtrenk
- Straßenverkehrsamt Frankfurt am Main
- Swisscom, Zurich