• Emergency Operations
  • Network Operations
  • Traffic Management
  • Physical Security
  • Military Mission Operations
  • Stadium/Campus Vizualization

Command & Control

Command Centers and Control Rooms are the center of operations for many different organizations, in every imaginable vertical. Within these mission-critical environments dependency on most reliable and high performing technology is priority one. As an industry innovator, Jupiter has seen significant growth in command and control rooms due in large part to advancements in technology making implementation more cost effective, accessible and flexible.

The convergence of AV and IT technology has accelerated the ability to capture and analyze data seamlessly from multiple sources. Providing access to all essential information anywhere, at any time, and on any device allows organizations to make well-informed decisions quickly, with confidence. and with ease. With four decades dedicated to real-time collaborative visualization technology, Jupiter continues to break boundaries when it comes to control room innovations.

Jupiter’s Guiding Principles for Command & Control Technology Development:

Must be user friendly and empower collaboration

Be ready and be versatile

Must be secure and reliable without fail

Jupiter Catalyst

Breaking boundaries in performance and flexibility, Catalyst takes display wall processing to the next level; providing the best video wall solution on the market.

  • Windows 10 processor supporting massive video walls with resolution up to 8K
  • Supports up to 156 4K inputs and 1500+ IP streams
  • Ideal for all enterprise and operational command and control environments

Mission-Critical Information Sharing

The concept of the control room has been around since the early days of the manufacturing assembly line when companies realized they needed to centralize data to make information sharing easier. As technology advanced, so did the needs and capabilities of the control room. Traditional control rooms were just as the name states, controlled rooms, requiring workers to be in the same place – looking at the data together in tightly secure buildings. But times have changed. Mission-critical information sharing no longer requires everyone to be in the same place to interact with data real-time.

Advancements in network bandwidth and security allowed Jupiter to create remote collaboration tools like Canvas, which allow users to capture and analyze information in real-time from anywhere in the world quickly and securely. The need to see everything and work anywhere is paramount and Jupiter continues to be an industry leader in shaping the remote collaboration control room market.

Jupiter’s first video wall system was installed in a control room

Jupiter launched first AV over IP in the control room market

Jupiter was the first video wall company to develop a mobile-based data sharing software platform

Jupiter PixelNet

PixelNet is a revolutionary and powerful new way to capture, distribute, control, and display video and audio sources, both direct and over IP. PixelNet systems can scale and distribute video across buildings, campuses, the world and ideal for the following applications:

  • Uncompress video for unmatched quality
  • 99.99% uptime with multiple redundant hardware option
  • Unlimited number of inputs and outputs
  • Full KVM solution
  • Impenetrable patent-protected video codec

Rapid-Informed Decision Making

With more data to analyze than ever before, companies need to have systems that are fast, nimble and scalable to accommodate the rapidly changing technology landscape. Optimizing the visualization of critical data quickly and efficiently is essential to the modern control room environment. One size does not fit all. Organizations need the ability to not just customize how data is viewed, but create automated processes to monitor continuous streams of data and trigger alerts should irregularities arise.

Jupiter’s video wall processors are modular and can expand to any size configuration imaginable – from a single stand-alone display to a massive global network of thousands of connected wall devices accessed by millions of teams simultaneously, worldwide. Jupiter’s Canvas collaboration software comes with a robust API permits the creation of customized features and integrations.

Jupiter J-Series

J-Series processes are an I/O appliance that can be used for any video wall application. Designed from the ground up to be fast, efficient and cost effective yet simple to use and deploy.

  • Supports all display technologies
  • Up to 4 video walls per chassis
  • Driven by LightSpeed, only from Jupiter, enable source-to-display frame transfer in less than 16ms making it the fastest in the industry

Command & Control Global Installations


  • Air & Missile Defense Command & Control System
  • Defense Information Systems
  • Central Intelligence
  • Executive Office of the President
  • National Security Agency
  • Air National Guard
  • Army
  • Department of Defense
  • Homeland Security
  • Navy
  • CECAT (Barcelona)
  • Raytheon
  • Finnish Army
  • Moscow, Russia
  • Aerospace
  • Lockheed Martin


  • Cities of Glendale, AZ and Los Angeles
  • Los Angeles Police Department, California
  • Dallas Police Department, Texas
  • Dutch Politie
  • President’s Office, Colombia
  • Ishikawa Police, Japan
  • Saga Police, Japan
  • SSP Mexico City Police, Mexico
  • Center for Research and National Security, Mexico
  • Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau
  • Monterrey Police, Mexico
  • Mexicali Police, Mexico
  • Cancun Police, Mexico


  • Edmonton Transit System (ETS)
  • Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT)
  • Traffic Management Center Seminole County, Florida
  • AZTech: Arizona Traffic Management Centers
  • Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
  • Illinois Department of Transportation
  • New Mexico Department of Transportation
  • Sydney Cross City Tunnel, Australia
  • New Orleans Regional Traffic Management Center
  • Emergency Operations Centre, Ottawa
  • Beijing Olympics Municipal Traffic Authority Command Center
  • Hong Kong Transport Department
  • Instituto Nacional de Vias, Columbia
  • Narita Airport, Japan
  • Inceon City TMC, Korea
  • Taiwan Traffic Control
  • New Zealand Transport Agency, Waka Kotahi
  • Boeing
  • Blue Origin
  • BNSF Railway


  • CECAT – Catalonia Emergency Call Center, Spain
  • Ottawa Central Ambulance Communications Center (OCACC)
  • Federal Emergency Management


  • Duke Energy
  • PG&E
  • Petrobras
  • Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
  • State Grid, Corporation of China
  • California ISO

Command and Control Case Studies

Healthcare & Safety Control Rooms

  • Univ of Arizona Health Institute – Telemedicine Program
  • Ottawa Central Ambulance Communications Center (OCACC)

Military Command Centers

  • Army Tactical Operations Center
  • US Army Air & Missile Defense Command and Control System

Utilities & Energy Control Rooms

  • PG&E California Fire Detection

Transportation & Traffic Control Rooms

  • New Mexico Dept of Transportation
  • AZTech, Arizona Traffic Management Centers
  • China: Beijing Municipal Traffic Authority
  • City of Edmonton Transit – Canvas

Law Enforcement Command Centers

  • Dallas Police Department Fusion Center
  • LAPD Los Angeles Police Department’s Racr Control Room
  • Secretaría De Seguridad Pública, Mexico Federal Police