Control Room Solutions

AVEX offers various solutions for control and emergency rooms, such as vidiwalls, projection and LCD screens. A novelty is our offer of professional, special LCD screens suitable for composing space-saving video walls. These screens have an ultra-thin edge and may elegantly and in a flexible way be assembled into one large screen.

In order to ensure the simple and orderly operation of all devices, AVEX will design a customised control with which the system may be operated by means of software as well as from a touch-panel. The system also enables digital recording of information and images. Furthermore a video-conference system may be integrated within an existing system. This enables rapidly consulting persons or instances at other locations.

Expert Knowledge

Equipping control and emergency rooms requires expert knowledge. Crucial factors for these equipments are reliability, high-grade quality and ease of use. Moreover ergonomic factors must be involved. Equipment and devices must be adapted to 24/24 hours of use. We keep these factors in mind for all our advice and designs.


AVEX collaborates with three partners: Brand Interieurs, Nsecure and Fysergo. Each of our partners possesses expert knowledge and expertise in the field of control rooms. We complement each other seamlessly and have our customers profit of the added value produced by our collaboration.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a control room?

A Control Room (sometime known as an operations room) is a central physical facility where a large physically dispirit operation is run from. A good example of a control room is where emergency services control the operation of their staff. A control room could also be where CCTV is monitored.

What makes a good control room?

The layout of the control room should be designed so that people can communicate easily with each other, and so that it is easy for people to work together. The layout should also be effective if there are a lot of people working in the control room, or if there are only a few people working. This is why it is essential that your audio visual communication solution is right for the job in hand.

Where in a building should the CCTV control room be located?

There is no one size fits all for where a CCTV control room should be located in a building. Choosing a location is based on a myriad of factors. The best way to ensure you are choosing the right location for your CCTV control room is to speak to one of our experts who will be able to guide you through the position of your control room but also the best equipment to achieve the most optimum outcomes.