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Top Considerations When Designing an Ergonomic Control Room

April 12, 2024
To truly satisfy today’s heightened ergonomic standards, console design has experienced a dramatic shift to deliver solutions that are smaller, with improved functionality and more appeal than ever before.

Control room environments put incredible stress on the equipment and employees in them. To truly satisfy today’s heightened ergonomic standards, console design has experienced a dramatic shift to deliver solutions that are smaller, with improved functionality and more appeal than ever before. Control room planners are now incorporating every aspect of human, machine and environment interaction, from monitor tilt and indirect lighting to air temperature and movement, to create the optimal working conditions and comfort level.

 

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