|advanced motion control|
|city of anaheim|
|dc emergency operations|
|huntington beach eoc|
|nasa - jpl|
|l.a. port police|
|premera blue cross|
Formerly Verizon, Hawaiian Telcom is located in Honolulu, Hawaii and is Hawaii's preferred local telecommunications company providing local, long distance, internet and wireless communications.
|120 Degree Workstation|
The Network Operations Center is filled with rows of 120 degree workstations that are designed specifically for use with flat-panel monitors. The workstations are bridged together by "teardrop" style storage modules. The modules extend the work surface and add below-counter storage. The unique beveling of work surfaces creates a feeling of demarcation between the individual service administrators.
The workstations are configured in descending rows and are angled inward towards the center of a sixteen cube "VISIONMASTER" video wall.
The Workstation hoods have slatwall to mount adjustable flat panel arms and dimmable parabolic task lighting. The inner wall is lined with tackable fabric panels to reduce excessive noise levels.
|VISIONMASTER 16 Video Wall|
This 24 x 7 environment mandates a rotating staff of people. The VISIONMASTER 16 video wall doubles as a garage for off-shift mobile storage pedestals.
The VISIONMASTER can simultaneously display running video feeds from cable and satellite, stand alone computer video in scalable windows. It can also display remote access application over a network. The special software provided with the system allows a number of individuals to manipulate the video wall without an expensive control system.
|Engraved Logo Panels|
End panels were created for the workstations using our unique embossing system to add the company's identity.