Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport has a UHD display with a cloud-based motion sensing technology installed in the arrival area. The installation is described as the first AliCloud motion-sensing display in the world.
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The Belgian LED screen and lighting manufacturer has performed a number of installations recently, including the massive I-CONIC LED screen in the heart of Brussels, according to the company's statement.
The Bullring shopping centre have enhanced their digital media portfolio with investment in a second LED screen from the UK’s supplier of LED technology, ADI. The financial and experiential value derived from their initial LED display – installed in December 2012 – encouraged the Bullring to procure an additional large format screen for the Upper Mall East which will also be utilised purely for advertising purposes.
Bolton’s premier shopping destination have taken ownership of a large 25m² indoor screen from specialists ADI, which is designed to deliver an enhanced experience for visitors with engaging and interactive content.
The 1.2mm LED display was installed in the lobby of Unibail-Rodamco's corporate headquarters in Paris, according to Daktronics announcement. The project was completed in February in partnership with design team Admemori.
From enormous digital canvases to exquisite ribbons; from good old-fashioned rectangles to the most unusual forms, it is the content that breaths life into LED systems. Being as diverse as one’s imagination the content is an endless topic to discuss.
Renowned for its large-scale LED installations the company proceeds with the recent projects in Las-Vegas, Nevada, and St. Louis, Missouri.
Land Securities, the UK property company and the owner of the Piccadilly Lights, has initiated the major upgrade of the London’s iconic landmark. The redevelopment implies the replacement of a current patchwork of smaller displays with a seamless 4K LED canvas that will retain the renowned curved shape of the location.
Pioneer Digital, part of the Pioneer Group, has fitted out three Sunglass Hut’s primary locations in London with HD digital signage to promote high-end brands located in the store.
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.
Two Barco-designed LED screens are suspended inside the concourse of the Canary Wharf tube station in London, UK. The screens, which are claimed to be the first LED walls in London’s underground, are installed as part of the Hello London initiative that has been undertaken by Transport for London (TfL) and Exterion Media.
Lyon-based Starterre dealership has its showroom interiors updated with a custom-made LED screen. The project was delivered by IPOView integrator company that specializes in dynamic signage systems.
The importance of broadcasting for the sports industry is hard to overestimate. With the recent technologies ensuring highest image and sound quality television is the most common way of viewing sports worldwide. However, whatever tech-savvy, broadcasting is unable to deliver the ambiance that controls the venue at the time of big sporting events, and especially the Olympic Games.
Daktronics announced that they have designed, manufactured and installed what they call the largest LED video feature in Europe. An enormous, 1128-square-meter, curved LED display is placed above the entrance to the London Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Matrox Graphics Inc. announced that Kamppi Mall in Helsinki, Finland, had its new LED digital signage powered by Mura MPX Series capture & display cards. The technology was selected by Craneworks integrator company who performed the installation.
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.
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.
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.
Clear Channel Airports (CCA), a brand division of Clear Channel Outdoor Americas (CCOA), and a subsidiary of iHeartMedia Inc., will provide a comprehensive ad network at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP). The agreement is signed with the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) and authorizes CCA for the advertising concession at the MSP for ten years, the press release said.
Interactive. It's a word that very few of us used 10 years ago, and its meaning has changed significantly in the digital age. Nowhere is the trend toward interactive media more intriguing than in outdoor digital signage. 2015 promises to be a year of increased interactive marketing. Here are some trends demonstrating how digital signage has literally energized the static display. Interactive marketing will take digital displays to the next level — making outdoor LED signage a great choice for interacting with customers.
On the 4th of August, the company announced receiving an Infrastructure Partner Award from Switzerland's largest travel and transport company, Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB). The award marks the successful pilot installation of two LED displays in the city of Neuchâtel performed in October 2014.
In 2014 Playhouse Square, a major not-for-profit performing arts center in the US, Ohio, underwent an ambitious transformation aimed to distinguish its historical identity. The symbols of Playhouse Square – vertical sign, marquees and news tickers – were replaced with high-brightness and energy-efficient LED signage.
SQM Digital Signage, a Poland-based system integrator, has installed over a hundred multimedia devices for the Posnania shopping center that was opened in October 2016 in Poznań, Poland. The installation includes massive LED screens, Kinect walls and LCD monitors that aim to enhance customers experience in one of the largest and most innovative malls in Central Europe.
Digitization of Rome’s Fiumicino Airport brought Clear Channel Italy the title of ‘Most Innovative Digital Project’ at the InAVation Awards event held at the ISE 2016. The large-scale project, which took two years to complete, deploys a variety of Absen LED visual solutions for the efficient and innovative advertising programme.
Massive LED video display by Unilumin was installed in July in a brand new football stadium in Krasnodar, Russia. Totaling 4,800 square meters the curved video solution encircles the inner perimeter of the stadium bowl in a one-of-a-kind installation.
Silicon Valley based company, has announced the launch of free cloud-based digital display content management software. ScreenHub is said to have over 30 years of combined experience in the fields of Digital Signage, Software Development, Electrical Engineering and Digital Marketing.
Storm, a digital brand of OOH media giant Clear Channel UK, used LED video technologies to transform the Cromwell Road site into a top digital advertising platform. The LED displays, developed by Ultravision International were made available to Clear Channel through its partnership with Active International UK.
Sansi North America (SNA) Displays is to unveil a giant video spectacular, which is already being called the highest-resolution LED screen in the history of Times Square. Wrapped around the façade of a newly built Marriott EDITION hotel at 701 7th Avenue, the giant screen will debut on Wednesday, August 23.
Squadrat, a German provider of display systems, have recently installed what they call the biggest LED advertising system in Europe. Located at the motorway A3 near Linkenbach between Cologne and Frankfurt, the AdverTower is referred to as one-of-a-kind advertising platform in Europe.
Noribachi, a U.S.-based custom LED manufacturer of commercial and industrial lighting solutions, announced the launch of its ALiVE product line. The new family of products includes LCD monitors and LED digital signage, which naturally complements the company’s already existing range of LED solutions.
In June Samsung Electronics together with Super 8, founders of City Lights, completed a massive outdoor installation in one of the busiest shopping and entertainment venues in Madrid.