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Commanding Communication: Display Networks in Command Centers

Joey Davis November 1, 2018 479 Views 0 Comments blog

Government facilities and public works entities require an immense amount of information to be distributed, analyzed, and acted upon simultaneously to ensure the efficient and unbroken operation of their services. In such a high stakes environment where mission-critical decisions are made constantly, temporary hiccups stemming from display technology performance malfunctions are not an option. Networked digital display systems, with their ability to consolidate countless inputs of data into one versatile platform, definitively provide the most reliable information distribution ecosystem on the market.

The primary reason why federal facilities and public works organizations will reap so much utility from the incorporation of networked display solutions is because these groups are responsible for such sprawling matrices of operation that require constant communication. Communicating in real-time with every part of this sprawl is absolutely necessary, but to this point it has proven too tall a task for traditional display solutions. Information just simply isn’t being accessed and distributed quickly and easily enough. A networked large-format digital display system is ideal for this challenge because it enables a command and control center to not only assess and act on information from each data point in their matrix, but also, perhaps obviously, to see these workings as part of the same uninterrupted image.

Seeing the Whole Picture

The internal digitized network of a display system is where the majority of its communicative efficacy is derived, but let’s not forget that sometimes the best way to get a handle on the whole picture is to actually see the whole picture. Networked large-format display systems allow for exactly that. Visualizing the entire scope of an organization on a single uninterrupted display will make performance patterns easier to identify and will streamline the problem-solving process if and when issues arise.

The proliferation of digital technology has made communication faster and easier than ever, but this progress has brought with it heightened expectations. Citizens rely on government facilities and public works entities to provide services that simply cannot stop working, a task that requires lightning-fast administration at the command and control level. Trains can’t stop running, water can’t stop flowing, and the integrity of the power grid can’t be compromised. Why? Because society depends on these things, and government facilities and public works organizations have promised to deliver. Communication is the key here. The only way to effectively administer these assured services is for each member of the operation to be in sync. By accessing, analyzing, and acting on information in real-time through a fully-integrated networked display system, command and control centers will be able to streamline productivity, reduce maintenance costs, and eliminate inefficiencies. That’s how you keep a promise. To learn more about how a networked display system can streamline your organization, check out our display management system, AWARE.