SuperVia CCO, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Video walls assure quick and efficient decision-making

SuperVia, the operator of Rio de Janeiro’s railroad service, transports around 540,000 people on a day-to-day basis. To ensure the quality and safety of the railroad network, the company monitors the traffic and stations from its Operational Control Center (CCO). To stay on top and ahead of the game, SuperVia profoundly redesigned its CCO in 2011, making use of Barco knowledge and technology.

The new CCO features a video wall composed of 7 x 1 80’’ OVL-815 modules. In addition, a wall with NSL-4621 tiles was set up in the crisis room, and the Control Center of Energy was equipped with a 4 x 1 80’’ OV-D2 wall for power visualization control.

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About this project

Date 12 September 2012
Location Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Partner G&A Architecture and Engineering

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