Top Considerations When Designing an Ergonomic Control Room

Top Considerations When Designing an Ergonomic Control Room

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.

When designing a control room, it’s critical to consider all factors, for example, equipment selection, operating practices, working environments and furniture choices. In addition to the design of a workstation, operators within the control room must be considered. The overall system will fail if operators are overloaded, uncomfortable or straining to use the equipment. It is necessary to identify the limitations of the operator to minimize potential mismatches between user capabilities and system demands.


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