Date: 9/30/2021
Sponsored by: Barco


It's said the more information you have, the better decisions you make. But information overload can overwhelm you. In command and control centers, that is a daily challenge. To make informed decisions, control room operators depend on more data and information than ever. They are using more sources, monitors, keyboards, and mice because applications exist on separate networks.

Now, thanks to the camera and sensor technologies, it's easier to collect real-time information and visualize it on the Common Operational Picture. Today’s limitations are no longer defined by technology, but by the human capacity to process information. Today's control rooms need to be a seamless blend where AV, IT, and OT combine to create efficiency. Join us to learn about visual ergonomics and operational efficiency in control rooms:

  • Operator centricity of AV displays
  • Keyboard-Video-Monitor Ergonomics
  • Managing the information mix across AV & IT
  • Legacy and modern systems working in cohesion

Join this September Power Hour to learn how to:

  • Understand how to design the visual landscape to leverage both large-format video displays and operator monitors.
  • Understand how to design a system that utilizes both automated (trigger-based) and KVM (operator-based) hardware to assure the right data is seen by the right people.
  • Understand Strategies for dealing with both legacy and IT-based equipment for upgrading existing systems.


Sponsored by:



Tyler Bonner
Senior Vice President 
Mission Critical Environments 

Randy Pagnan
Founder, Strategic Partnerships
RP Visuals

Jan Willem
Chief Product Officer


Mark Coxon, CTS-D, CTS-I
Western Regional Sales Director 
HD Distributing, LLC