Photo 1 | JST alarm receiving station: A carefully thought-out room concept, functional planning and a meaningful visualization of incoming messages - in the AES/NSL of the "Niedersächsische Wach- und Schließgesellschaft/VSU Vereinigte Sicherheitsunternehmen GmbH" you benefit from the extensive wealth of experience of the JST specialists.
Photo 2 | JST Operator desk: Using infinitely variable electromotive height adjustment, the special Stratos X11® CommandDesks can be adapted to the respective needs of the operator; here: the use of the desk at seat height.
Photo 3 | JST Control room tables: Prolonged one-sided posture during screen work is a frequent cause of tension and back problems. The height adjustment of the Stratos X11® OperatorDesk up to standing height allows an alternating posture and avoids damage to health.
Photo 4 | JST Monitors: The workplace displays can also be arranged on a second level on request using special TFT columns. This gives the operator an optimal view of a large amount of information.
Photo 5 | JST monitor articulated arms: The workstation monitors are attached to the operator desks with height-adjustable 3D articulated arms. They allow an optimal and individually adjustable viewing angle on all displays through a parabolic arrangement.
Photo 6 | JST Ambient: The lighting on the Stratos X11® OperatorDesk and on the DisplayWall are controlled by a key combination; the colors are freely and intuitively selectable. They create a pleasant atmosphere, which contributes significantly to a positive working environment.
Photo 7 | JST operator desks: Sound absorbing acoustic panels on the Work desks are just one of the many good ideas that make the Stratos X11® OperatorDesk the number 1 for control room furniture.
Photo 8 | JST Control Desk: Meets the highest ergonomic and visual demands: the Stratos X11® OperatorDesk - here individualized with logo on customer request.
Photo 9 | JST Control Desk: The special Stratos X11® OperatorDesks have a convincing design with clear lines - behind the inspection flaps there are generous supply rooms...
Photo 10 | ... in these illuminated supply rooms, for example, there is room for large quantities of cables and technology - a special feature that standard work tables do not offer.
Photo 11 | JST Control Desk: Individual customer requirements can also be realized without any problems: Here, for example, a personality drawer that provides space for the employees' personal belongings so that they can be locked back into a cupboard when the office is closed.
Photo 12 | JST Furniture: Special solutions are one of the strengths of JST, especially when it comes to customer requirements for furniture. Here for example special Wall cabinets for the individually lockable personal drawers of the employees.
Photo 13 | JST Furniture: Cabinet solutions made to measure - the quality furniture from the Jungmann portfolio was produced by the Niedersächsische Wach- und Schließgesellschaft exactly according to customer requirements.
Photo 14 | JST Design: Professional design is also important in the visual design of JST furniture; here the stainless steel shell handles for hinged doors.
Photo 15 | JST Design: The demand for a modern control room look can be seen in every detail at JST - here high-quality stainless steel handles for sliding doors.
Photo 16 | JST 3-D Planning: Thanks to photo-realistic designs virtual tours of the new control room were already possible before the implementation.
Photo 17 | JST control room: The detailed implementation of the previous plans.
Photo 19 | JST Large screen wall: Visually as well as technically a successful solution: The JST DisplaySuit with accent strips in brushed aluminum surface provides the perfect possibilities for service accessibility without interruption of operation as a basis for the proven QuickOut mounting system!
Photo 20 | The possibilities of the JST DisplaySuit are numerous and allow many customer wishes...
Photo 21 | …here, for example, behind the inspection flaps are the receivers for the MultiConsoling®.
Photo 22 | JST MultiConsoling®: The myGUI® – shown here on the left screen - serves as the 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 23 | JST Technology: The entire technology was installed remotely from the workplace using MultiConsoling®. This results in less heat and noise in the control room.
New AES/NSL signals competence and expertise
More than 200 million euros annual turnover, 5,400 employees and more than 30 companies operating under the umbrella of the group – impressive facts. But not only the numbers are convincing. By moving into its new headquarters in Hanover, Niedersächsische Wach- und Schliessgesellschaft Eggeling & Schorling KG/VSU Vereinigte Sicherheitsunternehmen GmbH is setting particularly innovative standards.
Since the beginning of 2015, the headquarters have been located in a new, ultra-modern complex at 136 Vahrenwalder Strasse. The heart and information hub of the new building is the Alarm Receiving Station (AES) according to DIN 50518 or the Emergency call and service control center (NSL) according to VdS 3138. In order to implement this, the traditional Hanover-based company, founded in 1901 as the first private security service in Europe, has joined forces with the professionals from Jungmann Systemtechnik.
About 50,000 messages arrive at the AES/NSL in the 24 hours of an average day. To be able to always react reliably and in line with the situation, the employees not only have special software at their disposal, but also workstations that are both ergonomically and technically state-of-the-art. Two proactive large screens represent all important events and enable the team to communicate and coordinate optimally with the clients and among themselves.
Technology and furnishing from one source
“It was our ambition to have everything from one source. Both the technical equipment and the furniture”, report Jörg Echternach (authorized signatory of the group of companies) and Jens Schütte (head of AES/NSL), who are jointly responsible for the planning and implementation of the new control center. Although the security experts were aware of the excellent reputation that Jungmann enjoys in the industry thanks to various projects, they wanted to see the JST competence for themselves.
JST 3-D Planning: Thanks to photo-realistic designs virtual tours of the new control room were already possible before the implementation.
A visit to the control room simulator brought quick decision
A delegation of the Niedersächsische Wach- und Schliessgesellschaft Eggeling & Schorling KG/VSU Vereinigte Sicherheitsunternehmen GmbH visited the control room simulator from JST with exact ideas about the most important features of the new control center in order to sound out all possibilities on site. Jörg Echternach: “After an intensive workshop, the final decision was quickly made in favor of JST.”
JST control room: The detailed implementation of the previous plans.
"We never want to be without a large screen wall again."
In retrospect, Jörg Echternach also describes a 3D planning project commissioned in advance from Jungmann, which enabled a comprehensive visualization of the future security area, as “extremely useful and important planning aid”. The company was initially somewhat skeptical when it came to the advantages of integrating large-format screens into workflows. “And that is exactly what we never want to do without today. They represent a clear added value for our clients in the provision of services,” report the project managers.
"Alarms are immediately noticed by the team"
With eight displays of the Slim-Line series specially developed for 24-hour continuous operation, which also allow cross-screen displays as BigPicture without disturbing frames, nothing escapes the trained eyes of the control center staff. The PixelDetection® software developed by JST displays the most important events immediately for all operators. Jörg Echternach comments: “All alarm messages are immediately noticed by the team. The employees can therefore react even faster. In a control center with a daily volume of over 50,000 messages, the right organization and visualization are a decisive criterion for success”.
JST MultiConsoling®: The myGUI® – shown here on the left screen – serves as the 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.
Individual leeway ensures satisfaction
The safety expert also rates the satisfaction of the employees with the high-quality and ergonomically well thought-out control room furniture of the Stratos series. The setting options of the Stratos OperatorDesks are particularly noteworthy here. Height-adjustable work desks, an individually adjustable AmbientLight and, last but not least, the many possibilities offered by the JST MultiConsolings® enable each individual to design his or her workstation optimally. “Ideal especially when the workplaces are used by different employees due to the 24/7 service”, confirms Jörg Echternach.
Control center with clearly representative character
Not only the employees are enthusiastic about their new working environment. The control center receives undivided praise and recognition during visits from clients and potential customers. Jörg Echternach: “This control center demonstrates leading competence and expertise. Values that our group of companies has stood for more than 100 years!”
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