Project of the Month is an ongoing series by Evans, that showcases our latest projects and installations. This month we are featuring the consoles we made for The Florida Power & Light Company (FPL)! Read on to learn more about how the consoles features were specifically designed for our customer.Read More
Project of the Month is an ongoing series by Evans, that showcases our latest projects and installations. This month we are featuring this demo we made for our friends at Weytec!Read More
Project of the Month is an ongoing series by Evans, that showcases our latest projects and installations. This month we are featuring this installation of the Trans Bay Cable Control Room, located in San Francisco, CA.Read More
Mission-critical centers include a lot of equipment and thousands of feet of cable. How do you manage these cables without it turning into a complete nightmare? Surely, you don't want your operators tripping over mismanaged wires, or hot cables that create a fire risk, or the dreaded rats nest of tangled cables. Wire management is essential to keep your control room organized.Read More
(Post revised and updated on August 25th, 2021)
Sit-Stand Consoles: Trend or Fad?
Sit-stand consoles have been around for quite a few years now. As we see the popularity increase we can obviously see that this is a growing trend and not just a fad. A trend is something that solves a problem and gets stronger over time. A fad however is something that is popular for a short period of time and then fades out quickly. Case in point, this blog post. We are updating this post on Sit-Stand Consoles from 2019 as the trend is seemingly getting even stronger since then.
Control Room Sit-Stands are here to stay
So this is not just a trend, sit-stand consoles are here to stay for a variety of reasons. With growing evidence to its benefits, it’s not hard to see why they are becoming increasingly popular in control rooms around the world. To summarize: sit-stand consoles allow operators to adjust the height to their preference for sitting or standing positions while they work.Read More
Today, the need for oil is high. And as such, the oil and gas industry is constantly changing and adapting to new technologies to better serve customers. The oil and gas industry has many emerging trends that are welcomed largely by the operator. There are a few trends in the industry that are making their way to the norm.Read More