Photo 1 | JST control center concept: In the central control center at Munich Airport, operators benefit from the extensive experience of JST specialists. Workstations that meet the latest technicaland ergonomic requirements, as well as a carefully thought-out room conceptand proactive visualisation of the various systems characterise the control room.
Photo 2 | Entrance to the new control center technology - behind the door is a modern control room that combines perfect design with future-oriented technology.
Photo 3 | JST control center: Optimal room design - a platform was built for the rear workstations in the central control center.
Photo 4 | JST control center planning: The staggered levels in the control center technology also enable operators who are not directly in front of the large display wall to have a perfect view of the DisplayWall.
Photo 5 | JST 3D Planning: Photorealistic planning by Jungmann Systemtechnik...
Photo 6 | ...and the subsequent implementation of the previous planning into reality.
Photo 7 | JST 3D planning: Spatial conditions are taken into account in the 3D planning as well as colours and light influences...
Photo 8 | …the customer is offered a detailed implementation of the previous drafts after the realisation.
Photo 10 | 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 11 | JST furniture: Designed in the Corporate Design of Munich Airport at the customer's request: the side panels of the Stratos operator consoles.
Photo 12 | JST furniture: At JST, the demand for modern control room furniture is evident in every detail - here brush head seals for cable entry at any point on the height-adjustable Stratos X11 OperatorDesks.
Photo 13 | JST Power-Port-Data-Box: Flush-mounted in the surface of the Stratos X11 OperatorDesks: the Power-Port Data Box, which...
Photo 14 | ...when opened, makes all desired connections from customers available directly at the place.
Photo 15 | JST monitor articulated arms: The workstation monitors are attached to the OperatorDesks with height-adjustable 3D articulated arms. They allow an optimal and individually adjustable viewing distance on all displays through a parabolic arrangement.
Photo 16 | JST control center desks: The Stratos OperatorDesk - here the "Curve" model - not only meets the highest ergonomic and visual demands, ...
Photo 17 | JST control center desks: ...behind the inspection flaps are generously proportioned, illuminated supply rooms with sufficient space for large quantities of cables and technology - a special feature that standard worktables do not offer.
Photo 18 | JST control center: In alarm situations the AmbientLight changes colour so that all employees in the control center are visually alerted to critical situations.
Photo 19 | JST control center: A perfect match of technology and design - the colours of AmbientLight on the Operator Desks and the media board of the large display wall can be freely and intuitively selected. Here: the colour variation "blue".
Photo 20 | JST control center: With the AmbientLight, a colour change can be made to suit your taste by pressing a key combination. Here: the colour variation "red".
Photo 21 | JST large display wall: The JST DisplayWall with ten 46 inch displays keeps the entire control room team informed about the most important events in real time. This is ensured by an automatic source activation, the JST PixelDetection software.
Photo 22 | JST Displays: Thanks to the LC displaysof the UltraSlimLine series used by JST, an image can be displayed very large and across frames as a big-picture across many displays. The particularly narrow frames are not perceived as disturbing.
Photo 23 | JST DisplayRack: Side view of a JST DisplayRack - thanks to roller runners, the entire unit can be flexibly moved back and forth in the room to allow rear access for maintenance purposes.
Photo 24 | JST furniture: A solution that is as practical as it is attractive: The media boards under the large display walls not only offer storage space, they are also equipped with the JST AmbientLight, thus creating a special working atmosphere.
Photo 25 | JST Design: Professional design is also important in the visual design of JST furniture; here the stainless steel shell handles on the hinged doors of the media board.
Photo 26 | JST MultiConsoling®: With the myGUI user interface the large display wall starts at the workstation. With MultiConsoling®, not only are large display walls controlled, but the monitors at the workplace are also switched with all signals (keyboard/mouse/monitor/audio) in real time.
Photo 27 | JST technology: Sophisticated hardware for the JST MultiConsoling®; the JST MultiCenter (device on top) and the power unit above the grabbers in the rack-mount kit.
State-of-the-art control center with perfect alarm management
250 lifts, 240 escalators, 2,000 ventilation systems – the technical control center at Munich Airport monitors around 300 buildings with almost 28,000 rooms. Thanks to a complete re-equipment with technical equipment and furniture from JST – Jungmann Systemtechnik, the operators of the control center technology can now handle this extensive activity considerably more professionally.
“Personnel and workstations have been continuously increased in recent years, but technology and furniture have not kept pace with the increasing demands,” says Karl Rubsch, responsible for the control center technology, summing up the problems of the past. “We only had one beamer, and we had to monitor six monitors at each workstation.” His wish: Furniture that meets the ergonomic requirements of modern control centers and technology that is compatible with existing building monitoring systems.
3D planning makes decisions easier
Just the right challenge for the control room specialists at JST. First contacts made during a visit to the trade fair and later a workshop in JST’s own control room simulator culminated in a meaningful 3D planning that took into account all the wishes of the 18 employees as well as the responsible control center technology at Munich Airport. Karl Rubsch about the visualisation of the future room with the 3D representations: “This was very helpful – both for the employees and for the decision-making bodies”.
JST 3D Planning: Photorealistic planning by Jungmann Systemtechnik…
Furniture and large-screen technology set standards
In addition to the Curve Operator consoles of the Stratos series, which set new optical and ergonomic standards, the control center now has a proactive large display wall with business displays, which are not only optimised for 24/7 operation, but also feature ultra-slim frames. “The displays are perfectly suited for large survey” says Karl Rubsch.
…and the subsequent implementation of the previous planning into reality.
"Mouse-hopping is absolutely genius"
The project manager sees the use of JST MultiConsolings®, as a particular benefit, a technology that allows workstation monitors to be reduced, provides image display and keyboard/mouse operation in real time and also offers ideal conditions for a free seating concept. Karl Rubsch: “We were thus able to outsource the entire computer technology and have significantly less heat and annoying noise. In addition, our work with MouseHopping is much easier. This is absolutely brilliant.”
Alarm detection safe and lightning fast
For the control center technology, however, MultiConsoling® offers another very special advantage: Via the CommandBox developed by the JST control room specialists, it is possible to integrate customer-specific IT systems and their alarm detection. In this case the monitoring system for the airport infrastructure. For example, if the software detects an important alarm, the entire team receives clear visual and acoustic signals. The installed AmbientLight flashes bright red. In other words, a safe concept that reliably supports the operators and enables lightning-fast reactions.
Control center after modernisation / before modernisation
"System perfectly tailored to our needs"
“We now have a system that is perfectly tailored to our needs,” says expert Karl Rubsch, assessing the performance of JST employees. “This used to be just an office; today we can actually speak of a state-of-the-art control center.”
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