The purpose of the operations control center is to create a physical ability of control and surveillance for dispersed facilities or services through a centralized room.
The first control centers were used in the factory environment around the world in the 1920s.
The control rooms for the vital facilities are generally closed to the general public under strict security measures, processing and managing multiple electronic images on the control panel.
The operator and wall-sized screens provide point management areas. All control rooms are designed under the principle 24/7/365 and are built to suit the management philosophy at any moment. Command and control centers are often used in many strategic facilities: nuclear plants, power generating plants, oil refineries, chemical plants, major transportation facilities, bridges, tunnels, canals, airports and rapid transit systems, flight controls, traffic management, emergency services.