11 Things the Energy and Utilities Industry Should Know About Smart Control Rooms

September 12, 2019 Editorial Team

Control rooms have long played a meaningful role in helping Energy and Utility organizations keep a watchful eye on key mission critical assets in the field. However, the control rooms powering today’s most progressive organizations are significantly different from their predecessors. Simply put, continued advances have created an intriguing opportunity for organizations to capitalize on improved communications and networking technologies.

The following infographic does a great job of spotlighting the 11 key components separating smart control rooms from the pack.

 

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Planning and implementing change in the control room is a complex task. By partnering with Electrosonic, you can access expert advice and guidance, together with industry-leading design, engineering, integration, project management and ongoing maintenance skills and resources to ensure a successful, cost-effective transformation.

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