Workplace & Control Room

Workplace & Control Room

Multiple tasks are usually carried out at a workplace. It must be possible to the work safely, healthily and effectively whether it's a vehicle cabin, or a workplace in a control room. Intergo’s approach goes a lot further than just the requirements of the Working Conditions Act (Arbo): our goal is the performance that must be delivered.

End Users as Starting point

We use various methods for the workplace design, like: task analysis, workshops, mock-ups, 3D-simulations, eye-tracking and VR glasses. The input from end users is essential, however we are uniquely able to relate their requirements and wishes to new systems and methods that contribute to the goals of the organisation.

Areas of Application

In concrete terms it concerns aspects like sizing, location, quantity of information, controls, lines of sight and communication. Areas of application are, for example, consoles in control rooms, CCTV rooms, workplaces for production and maintenance, vehicle cabins, ship's bridges and operating theatres. Below examples of a number of projects.

Workplace & Control Room - projects

Control room NuStar Terminals

NuStar Terminals provides storage, transfer and 'blending of various fuels. The control room was outdated and the tasks of the operators changed. A perfect time to redesign! After an intake we performed observations and interviews with staff from the control room. read more

Renovation air traffic control towers

For the renovation of the air traffic control towers in Beek (Maastricht Aachen Airport) and Eelde an ergonomic design analysis was completed. read more

Train Traffic control centers

ProRail is modernizing their existing train traffic control rooms. New furniture will be used and ProRail also wants to optimize the layout of the control room to new working strategies and functions. read more

Simulator Vlaamse Waterweg

De Vlaamse Waterweg develops a simulator with regards to the remote operation of bridges and locks, including a training facility. read more