Dave Schwartz, Owner of Saraval Industries
Dave Schwartz Owner of Saraval Industries – has over 30 years of experience in the design & implementation of Command & Control rooms and trading floors worldwide. Mr. Schwartz was chosen as the lead design consultant & project manager for AT&T Wireless as they rolled out 56 Switch Control Centers in 48 contiguous United States.
Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Traffic Management Center – Mr. Schwartz led the effort in the design, construction, and integration of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Traffic Management Center. The project includes custom-designed dispatch stations in a 24/7 environment. This Operations Control Center located in Harrisburg. Serving as the hub of all Turnpike communications, the Operations Control Center continuously monitors Turnpike activities via an extensive radio system. Roadway conditions, construction status, and weather conditions are all monitored at the Center. The Center also serves as the focal point for all Turnpike incident management activities.
New Jersey Turnpike Authority – Mr. Schwartz designed and implemented a State-of-the-art command and control facility for the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. The mission of the center is to provide a watchful eye over New Jerseys most traveled toll roadways. These highways are some of the busiest in the United States connecting New Jersey to the Northeast corridor. Providing the safest and quickest route to hundreds of thousands of computers is the ultimate goad of the New Jersey Turnpike. Equipping their operators with the most ergonomic facility was of one of the leading factors in choosing the partners for this project.
Clarkstown Police Department – Mr. Schwartz worked side by side with DCAK-MSA Architecture to bring the Clarkstown Police Department 24/7 Operation Center into a state-of-the-art Emergency Response Center. Designs were based around complex systems and ergonomic considerations like lines of site to the large screen video wall and adjacent operators. The custom console designs consisted of electronically height-adjustable surfaces and individual climate control systems. With considerations of past events like 911, the room could quickly accommodate additional emergency personnel to address any situation. The design of the room increased not only workflow productivity but the overall safety of the area it monitored.