Set up a situation centre with the experts from JST Jungmann
Situation centres are generally required to be set up by authorities or institutions that monitor and administer a particular situation centrally around the clock. They are responsible for the safety of people and facilities. Information is collected in the situation centre, bundled and, if necessary, passed on to control authorities. Whether it is disaster control, police authorities, the Bundeswehr, ministries or the highest government level. JST is an expert in setting up situation centres where discretion and security are paramount. Our professional know-how and our expertise in handling highly sensitive data set us apart as a highly sought-after provider of systems technology in the situation centre.
- Everything from a single source: architecture, technology, light, acoustics, climate planning
- Monitor walls for 24/7 operation in situation centres
- Connection of crisis rooms and standby teams
- Highly stable situation centre furniture custom-made by our furniture makers
- Perfect overview and efficient operation for all parties
Practical examples: Situation centre setup
All the pieces come together in the situation centre. Here it is important to be alert and to keep an eye on every detail. These can be incoming emergency calls from the public or radio messages from the local ambulance service. Reports of crimes or emerging unrest in the city. Here it is essential that the reliability of the systems is always fully guaranteed. The staff on duty must not miss anything. Fast action is a basic requirement. Feel free to have a look at our references. You are sure to find a project that closely matches your requirements.
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New traffic control centre is the core of the metro system
“We have proven that Berlin construction projects can be completed on time and without increasing costs,” says Antje Michalak, responsible for the “Control Centres 2014+” project of Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe, which includes the new operations control centre for the underground railway (BLU). Jungmann Systemtechnik also contributed to this new building project with a total budget of 8.9 million euros. 170 employees control the train traffic around the clock from the core of the metro system in Lichtenberg.
Sub-Project Manager IT Engineering / General Project Manager / Sub-Network Manager
Modernisation of traffic control centre at Hamburg Police Headquarters
Greater safety on Hamburg’s roads and better traffic flow on the routes of the Hanseatic city – two declared goals that will be achieved with the new, ultra-modern traffic control centre at the police headquarters in Alsterdorf. The technical prerequisites were met thanks to the professional support of the general contractor SWARCO TRAFFIC SYSTEMS GmbH and Jungmann Systemtechnik – acting as subcontractor of SWARCO.
JST creates "technical luxury class" with Fleet Operations Centre
Discover a new world every day, new people, new countries and in between always find time to relax on board a cruise ship. To make holiday dreams come true on the ships of the AIDA and Costa fleet, a highly qualified team of nautical experts watches over the 25 ships of the Costa Group in the background. A Marine Operations Unit with a central Fleet Operations Centre (FOC) was created in Hamburg under the name “Carnival Maritime.” Jungmann Systemtechnik provided support in setting up the FOC.
Senior Superintendent of the FOC
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Our situation centre is also intended to be linked to remote systems or crisis rooms. Is that possible?
Yes. A comprehensive connection of systems and locations can be established via the ControlRoom Remote. Our MultiConsoling®-based Grabber IP and Grabber VM systems enable you to connect distributed systems and locations in a comprehensive and convenient way. Using the Grabber IP, you can integrate computers in your situation centre that are located in other (distributed) technical rooms. If you want, you can access remote virtual machines directly via Grabber VM. Do you want to connect to another control room? This is also easily done via Grabber IP. We’ve thought of everything. Your employees are able to connect local computers just as quickly and conveniently as remote systems. The operation is performed via our uniform graphic interface for control room management called “myGUI®”
- Practical: Only one user interface for controlling large display walls and for connecting
- Secure: Cross-site backup scenarios of complete situation centres
- Strong team: Easy connection to other situation centres, crisis rooms, standby teams
- Convenient: Fully automatic authentication
In an emergency situation, we must bring all parties up to the same level in both the situation centre and the crisis rooms. How does that work?
This wish can be solved with our own unique MultiConsoling® – the network-independent real-time control centre. We developed MultiConsoling® for connecting computer, camera and TV signals directly with monitors at the operator’s workstation, monitor walls or (distributed) crisis rooms. All signals from the computers to be displayed (keyboard, mouse, monitor, audio), analogue or digital cameras and TV (image and audio) run simultaneously and are displayed in real-time to individual large-format displays or as BigPicture to several large-format displays. In combination with our myGUI® user interface, every operator has complete control of the large display wall and workstations within just four minutes!
- Real time: Image display and operation in real time
- Intuitive: 3D user interface in the design of the situation centre thanks to myGUI®.
- Secure: Transmission independent of the IP network
- Flexible: No additional software required on your source computers
- Comprehensive control: Connection of distributed control rooms with high availability
- Free-Seating: The operator can change workplaces within a few seconds