- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
In 2015, the council re-located and upgraded its main CCTV control room as the previous control room in the Mayflower car park in the city centre was to make way for a new coach station. An unused kitchen beneath Council House, was refurbished to hold the control room. Thinking Space delivered a curved three-operator console, with radio equipment pods on the desk surface. A large media wall to accommodation a dozen 47-inch screens was the focus of the room, towards creating an ergonomic working environment, important for monitoring staff working shifts. A further Evolution Media Wall was provided in the Radio Traffic office.
Returning four years on; read the full story at https://www.thinking-space.com/casestudies/case-study-cctv-control-room-furniture-for-plymouth-city-council/.
Pictured is part of the control room, and a PARC (Plymouth Against Retail Crime) officer. PARC is co-ordinated from the CCTV control room; for more on PARC see page 22 of the November 2019 print issue of Professional Security magazine.
About the firm
Thinking Space has also provided control room technical furniture and fitted out monitoring rooms for other councils, universities, and security companies. Visit www.thinking-space.com.