Speaking of LED displays at InfoComm 2015 one can’t help but agree with Jonathan Owens from CTS: “The LED pixel pitches were tighter, the displays were bigger, and 4k seemed to be the phrase of the week”. This apt conclusion summarizes the main trends in the large LED displays market today. InfoComm 2015 found major LED manufacturers presenting fine pitch solutions for the control room, boardroom, retail and corporate applications at close viewing distances (1.3 meters and less). Here is our brief summary of the most remarkable products showcased.
LED Screen Guru - large indoor and outdoor video display assistant - NanoLumens
Ultra-lightweight rotating video solution by NanoLumens was installed in Charlestown Square Shopping Center in Newcastle, New South Wales. The installation was performed by Digital Place Solutions, a place-based media and LED display consultants, which is the company’s official distributor in the region.
Traditionally DOOH signage relied on large pixel pitch solutions intended to be seen from afar, like billboards or displays positioned high on buildings. The location implied that viewers would be located at a considerable distance from the screen, which could have pixel layouts as large as 50mm and larger.
The Kraft Group, the company owner of Gillette Stadium and the New England Patriots, had seven NanoSlim LED displays installed recently around the facility. The technology upgrade aims to increase fan engagement and replace dated displays, the announcement said.
The InfoComm tradeshow, which took place on June 8-10 in Las Vegas, has been officially recognized as the largest on record. The numbers are self-evident: record 1,000 exhibitors, nearly 39 000 attendees, and over 90 percent of space already rebooked for next year. Titled as the largest AV conference and exhibition in the Western Hemisphere, InfoComm provides the insights of vectors that drive the development of our industry.
NanoLumens of Norcross, Georgia, U.S.A, expanded its line-up of high-end visual solutions with a fully transparent NanoClear display platform. The display claims to be the world’s thinnest visual solution of its kind.
oOh!media Group, Ltd., an Australian DOOH operator, turned to Digital Place Solutions, an Australia’s digital display and media consultancy, to provide an LED visual solution for Mirvac Broadway Shopping Center in Sydney, Australia. Chosen for the installation was double-sided 4.5mm pixel pitch NanoSlim LED video solution by NanoLumens.
The company provided two LED displays that have been installed in the new bingo room at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The installation, which was performed by the integration team at National Technology Associates (NTA), marks the seventh project done in collaboration between Station Casinos, NTA, and NanoLumens, the press release said.
A diverse set of digital displays, including a circular LED display and a large touchscreen interactive station, has been deployed for the Hudson Group’s World Duty Free Store in the McNamara Terminal at Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Michigan, USA.
NanoLumens, Norcross, Georgia-based manufacturer and marketer of indoor LED visual display solutions, recently installed its largest double-sided NanoSlim LED portrait sized display in the atrium of Melbourne Central, a retail mall owned and operated by The GPT Group, one of Australia’s largest diversified listed property groups.
The company debuted its new 1.25mm pixel pitch LED video solution, which is described as the world’s first 100% front installable and front serviceable LED display with a “touch-free” technology.
NanoLumens will formally make its EMEA market entrance at ISE 2015 with the introduction and demonstration of a front installable, front serviceable 2.5MM LED display at Stand #11-M38 — the NanoSlim Engage. At the same time, the company will showcase its complete line-up of NanoSlim, NanoCurve, and NanoWrap LED display solutions for prospective European customers.
Two Performance Series LED displays are installed in a newly made Terminal 4 of Singapore’s Changi airport. The displays were chosen due to their compliance with strict RFP specifications and feature the company’s redesigned proprietary Nixel Series technology.
The newly redesigned terminal of Miami International Airport has a double-sided NanoCurve LED display installed in the international arrivals area. The installation was commissioned by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD) as a welcoming sign to the incoming travelers.
The newly refurbished Pacific Fair shopping center in Queensland now features the largest set of curved LED video solutions in Australia. Four large NanoCurve LED displays are said to operate together with a common content to create a single advertising pallet.
NanoLumens, Atlanta-based manufacturer of LED visual technologies, and Gimbal Inc., a developer of mobile engagement solutions, have entered into strategic alliance, according to the announcement from the 30th of November. The partnership is aimed to create a dynamic new series of digital solutions with incorporated geofencing and analytics platform and proximity beacon technology from Gimbal.
In August, NanoLumens was ranked #267 on the 2015 list of the US 5000 fastest growing private companies by Inc. magazine. The company’s digital solutions are installed in five continents, including megacities of Sydney, Beijing, Tokyo, São Paulo, New York, Chicago, Toronto, London, Paris and Munich, among many others. Recently the company expanded its portfolio of completed projects with the installations in Darwin, Las-Vegas, and Toronto.
The company has announced the launch of AWARE platform, which is a cloud-based CMS for LED signage. Described as the World’s First Fully Integrated Intelligent Display Platform, AWARE incorporates real-time remote diagnostics, media playing, and optimized software applications in one system.
CenturyLink, a global communications, hosting, cloud, and IT services company, has its new Technology Center of Excellence in Monroe, Louisiana, fitted out with NanoLumens flexible LED panels. Circular displays contribute to the total high-tech concept of the center while accentuating architectural features of its spacious lobby.
The company has announced the completion of a major installation in the Britomart Transport Centre in Auckland, New Zealand. Known as the ‘Britomart Towers,’ the installation comprises two digital displays that provide synchronized content to the daily rail commuters.
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.
NanoLumens, headquartered in Norcross, Georgia, U.S.A., designed and engineered a completely customized NanoCurve display for the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino in Lenmoore, California.
On May 11 NanoLumens, the US-based manufacturer of LED visual solutions, informed about its recent installation in Stansted Airport, London. The 12m display is the first curved screen to be installed at any airport in the UK, the announcement said. As well as providing flight information and airport updates, the display is also an eye-catching advertising space.