Originally published in Interiors & Sources

09/27/2007

The Architecture of Emergency Response: New York City Office of Emergency Management

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This material is approved by AIA for earning one AIA/CES Learning Unit (HSW). The learning objectives below provide a context for learning as one watches "The Architecture of Emergency Response: New York City Office of Emergency Management." 

We offer a set of questions designed to test THE READER'S comprehension of the content. The actual test, along with instructions on applying for AIA/CES credit, are offered only online. This course will continue to be offered on our website through September 2008 and will be updated by ARCHI-TECH's editors as necessary to keep the information current. All Web content associated with this course is free. However, there is a $10 administrative charge for taking the exam.

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After reading the content, one should be able to:
1) Understand the complexities of turning an old facility into a high-tech command center.
2) 
Describe the various technologies that make the Office of Emergency Management function for the citizens it serves.
3) 
Know the design and layout decisions that had to be made to make this facility work.

The OEM was destroyed on 9/11. One of the challenges in building a new facility, housing high-tech systems integral to managing NYC's emergency operations, was to provide systems in which information from thousands of sources could easily be accessed and displayed. Among the multiple technologies employed were rear-projection units operating as a unified display surface, plasma screens, audio coverage, a sophisticated control system, and a video wall.

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