Redefining Content Management in Your Control Room

The defining characteristics of a high-functioning control room include having access to the information you need, from all the necessary sources – in real-time and connecting both in-room and remote team members.
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The defining characteristics of a high-functioning control room include having access to the information you need, from all the necessary sources – in real-time and connecting both in-room and remote team members.

Redefining Content Management in Your Control Room

Feb 13, 2014 4:09 PM, Sponsored by Christie

The defining characteristics of a high-functioning control room include having access to the information you need, from all the necessary sources – in real-time and connecting both in-room and remote team members. Decision support is the primary function of many control rooms. To that end, a control room must have the appropriate ergonomic environment for its users, easy access to information necessary to inform ongoing activities and allow for continuous and fluid communication between operators. Are you ready to discover how Christie redefines control room content management and mobility?

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