Technical Innovation’s Critical Space Solutions will host a booth at the third annual Critical Facilities Summit in Charlotte, NC, Oct 5th- 7th. This two-and-a-half-day event, designed for senior-level professionals in mission critical facility design, construction, and management, is an opportunity for Technical Innovation to showcase its expertise in mission-critical environment design.
The conference and expo boasts peer-to-peer networking opportunities with more than 120 suppliers, consultants, and solution providers in mission critical facility infrastructure and topics. Having more than ten years of experience in serving critical spaces, Technical Innovation is uniquely positioned to help operators of mission critical environments be more proactive in their everyday operations. This year, you can find Technical Innovation’s Robert Cameron and Chris White at Booth #719.
Mission-critical topics at the expo this year include designing and building, operations and maintenance strategies, and energy, sustainability and cost control — all of which are part of Critical Space Solutions’ expertise. Critical Space Solutions understands that mission-critical command centers require enhanced situational awareness, accelerated response times to critical events, and mitigated or limited loss of property, life, and investment. Its approach considers the monitoring and control capabilities necessary to design visual display solutions to meet the needs of the mission-critical community.
“Our goal is to provide best-of-breed tools that allow for real-time visualization of systems and data that enable enterprises to secure their assets,” says Tyler Bonner, vice president of Critical Space Solutions. “Our control room design/build practice is about making these intense environments comfortable for operators to work within, especially during crisis-mode operations.”
Representing the copmany’s Project Development team, both Cameron and White specialize in visual technologies. With more than 20 years of industry experience, Cameron is familiar with visual-display technologies, architecture and construction elements, and human-factor concerns. White’s designs enhance operational efficiencies through risk/threat visualization technologies and a knowledge of security and utilities.