SecureIt can provide sight plans and ergonomic work flow diagrams –
These will help you secure funding for your project
Weapon racks are fixed to carriages on rails in the floor.
The armorer opens aisles to retrieve or replace weapons or gear.
The frees up space in the armory allowing room for
proper gear storage and superior ergonomics.
The high density weapon storage system allows space
for modular drawers, work bench with drawers and
bulk storage shelving.
Site counts and serialized inventory now take 2 hours instead of 2 days.
Understanding Armory Function and workflow is critical to proper design
Time spent understanding the functions of an armory prior to considering solutions is critical. This is something that doesn’t happen enough. If you are working with a solution provider that immediately jumps to the features and benefits of their weapon rack, it may be time to find a different provider. see article : Evaluating the competence of your sales rep
In active armories such as base security forces, ergonomics and workflow are critical. In the following example we were brought in to evaluate a solution developed by a high density storage company. While they were very experienced in commercial and medical records storage, they did not understand armories.
Image left: Armorers must wait to open an aisle until others are done. This can create a huge bottleneck.
Image Right: with a static storage system, all armorers can access all weapons. Weapon racks are also in rows aligned with the work flow. In this case efficient operations is more critical than simple space saving.