Ford AV, a US commercial AV integrator, has installed four large-scale Nixel Series displays in the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S., according to a press release. Now a total of six NanoLumens displays feed in digital infrastructure of the airport, with the first two displays being installed in 2015 by the same contractor.
Mitsubishi Electric announced that their 1.5mm NPP production model is now available for shipping.
The installation is part of an extensive renovation and expansion project completed in early 2017 for the Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio. The system integration works were done by Coffman Media, a DS solutions provider.
NanoLumens withdraws their patent infringement lawsuit against PixelFLEX LLC and welcomes Nashville-based LED manufacturer to their Partner Program, as said in the company’s statement from the 19th of October.
The consulting company brings forward its newest research on display technologies titled The Commercial Displays - A Strategic Market Overview Report. The research focuses on three core display technologies, i.e. front projection, LCD and LED.
The company received a prestigious industry award for the project at CentrO Mall in Oberhausen, Germany. The awards ceremony was held on 29th of September at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, UK.