Pacific Northwest National Lab adds 50in projector display wall in energy center

The IEOC is using digital displays to research technologies that optimize grid control, test advanced security concepts, analyze the impacts of climate on grid operations and provide training.
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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has provided its Richland, WA-based Integrated Energy Operations Center (IEOC) with new large-scale visualization capability by installing 14 50in Puma rear-projection AP/LCD displays from Clarity Visual Systems in a seven-screens-wide-by-two-screens-high wall configuration, as well as a Jupiter Systems display wall processor.

In operation since this spring, the projector wall provides a total image area of nearly 185sq ft. This will give PNNL — and other users of the new research facility — the ability to visualize large amounts of information for a variety of projects. The IEOC will research technologies to optimize grid control, test advanced security concepts, analyze the impacts of climate on grid operations and provide training.

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