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Winsted Unveils New PSAP Offerings at NENA 2023
World Leader in Control Room Console Solutions Showcases Workstations and Accessories Alongside Strategic Partner RGB Spectrum
Winsted, the global leader in custom control room consoles and furniture, attended NENA 2023 alongside strategic partner RGB Spectrum. During the 911 industry’s largest annual event, Winsted showcased the Vue workstations and unveiled a new accessories package made exclusively for the PSAP industry.
“This was Winsted’s first year showcasing at NENA, and we are thrilled to have done so alongside industry veteran RGB Spectrum,” said Tracy Crocker, Winsted’s CEO. “Our PSAP offerings are made to support 911 operators when they need it most.”
Winsted and RGB Spectrum have worked closely together for over 10 years to engineer mission-critical workspaces across many different verticals. However, this is the first time the two have joined forces to reach the public safety market.
“RGB Spectrum has always looked for complementary partnerships that expand our offerings. As a leader in real-time decision support, we understand the value in combining latest-generation technology for ergonomics with better resource management and control,” said Dan Marcus, Director of Business Development. “If you can join forces with other industry leaders to help design solutions that meet demands, that’s ideal for end users. Dispatchers are critical to getting information to the right people at the right time in the public safety market.”
New Winsted PSAP Accessories Package
The package includes several unique accessory offerings, allowing PSAP professionals the opportunity to mix and match as desired. Accessories found in the new package include:
- Dual Surface Sit/Stand for Independent Height Adjustment of Operator Area and Monitors
- Integrated Operator Heating System
- Repositionable Operator Cooling Fan
- LED Status Light Tower
- Acoustical Privacy Panels
- Lockable personal storage drawers
- Configurable Technology/Storage Credenzas
- Integrated Cable Management System
- Multi-Monitor Support
- Multi-PC Support
- And more!
Winsted Vue Workstation
Winsted’s new Vue workstations are easily configurable for all environments and come in static or height-adjustable models. These configurable workstations offer different widths and connecting cabinets for accommodating multi-operator solutions. Horizontal/vertical adjustable monitor mounts offer the best in class for ergonomic viewing. Five different color selections and three different worksurface options are available to match any interior decor requirements. All Winsted furniture has a 10-year manufacturer warranty and is designed for 24/7 mission-critical operations. The Vue Control Console is an open architectural design, but a closed version with doors in the lower section is also available.
Winsted and RGB Spectrum Partnership
There is a growing need for budget-conscious innovative solutions. From the desktop to the video wall, Winsted and RGB Spectrum have a powerful story to share in the public safety market.
“RGB Spectrum has been active in public safety for over a decade,” said Marcus. “Today, we are actively focused on dispatch workflow at the desk. We have expanded our technology offerings to support 911 centers that need a video wall and those without one. Our solution enables closer collaboration and resource sharing with related agency functions by utilizing our unique resource management capabilities, multi-window display, and keyboard-mouse consolidated control for a dramatic update to dispatch workstations.”
NENA 2023 is the premier forum for discussing public safety issues of today and tomorrow, with attendees gaining practical, real-world learnings that can be put into action immediately.
“In a 911 center, there are no second chances. When people are in need, they need operators at the top of their game,” concluded Crocker. “It’s why Winsted’s PSAP technical furniture and accessories package integrate leading-edge technology and ergonomics to maximize operator comfort and efficiency and minimize fatigue.”