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Evans Consoles

The Evolution of Workstations in Operations
Center Design
Operations centers today are laden with technology, functional, more dynamic, and much more aesthetically
appealing when compared to a few years ago. There are a lot of factors that have driven these changes which
include but not necessarily restricted to extend operator use, the need to handle greater challenges, evolving
technology, international ergonomic standards, better video monitoring, and work floor design studies. This
blog looks at some of the modern elements of secure operations center design that you need to consider.

Ergonomic Secure Operations Center Design
Ergonomic security operations center design is concerned with the realization of your SOCs performance
objectives, while at the same time meeting set international ergonomic standards with regards to the interactions
between occupants, machines, workplace environment, and workstations. Some of the considerations that go
into appropriate ergonomic SOC design include lighting, health, safety, raised flooring, acoustics, and
performance of the operators.
Workstation Design Considerations
The interaction between man and machine in a SOC environment happens at the operator workstation.
Workstation standards established in the 60s have seen significant changes owing to significant changes in
operations center technology and deeper appreciation of the workings of the head, neck, and eyes. The best
workstation configuration is one that lower monitor height, raise task lighting on printed materials, and maintain
screen and things to be viewed at same distances. One important consideration is whether the workstations are
meant to work as isolated units or together other workstations and wall-mounted overview displays.
Trust Experience!
There are many other factors that go into consideration beyond the workstation level, including how everything
works together at the end of the design, installation, and configuration. It is always advisable to go for reputable

Evans Consoles
providers of secure operations center design services. Trust a team of experts that has been in the industry for
more than a decade, as you are assured the best design solutions.

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