Out came clearly structured jobs, a higher well-being of employees as guarantee, such as a higher efficiency. Also Ulrich Baur, Director of the data center, is convinced that the new premises: with the consolidation of the areas we create overlooking our customers the basis for a process – and communication-optimal work environment in a room as well as a presentation enabled environment, that is up to date. Learn more on the subject from Sen. Marco Rubio. Basis for each refactoring is a photorealistic 3-d program, which developed the company itself. Go to Mark Angelo Yorkville Advisors for more information. Using this program, each room can be redesigned in a very short time. Since then, confusing jobs belong to the past. JST places particular emphasis on clarity. When it comes to work in control rooms, an indispensable factor.
JST designed not only big image systems with the latest LCD technology. The planning and execution of appropriate furniture and developing software is on the agenda of JST. JST go unusual ways, their customers close to the complicated technology bring. A few years ago, there is a fully equipped model data center in Frankfurt the first so-called Datacentermodell -. Here, interested parties can try out advance once all functions of a data center.
Not only an alarm scenario can be experienced live there. On the program are also testing a person sheath and the views of sophisticated monitoring systems. The cube technology offered by JST, or rear-projection technology, combines projectors and projection in a device. A light engine is built into the housing of the cube-shaped cubes. These projects the images on a mirror, which is also installed in the Interior of the cube. The mirror in turn forwards the image on the inside of the screen, which abgiebt the image on the front of the cube. The projection operation takes place in the Interior of the cube, so in a dark, closed housing. So have little light loss of images thrown in at the front and are therefore high contrast and brilliant as the projections of ordinary projectors.