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 sixty meters long bow-shaped LED wall curves around the terminal’s ramp to ensure perfect visibility throughout the arrivals area. With the double-sided design the display is just over 10 cm thick and has a 4mm space lining, NanoLumens said. The video screen welcomes visitors to the airport and the city with the iconic imagery of Miami and the South Florida region.
The content management is done by Clickeffects Blaze control system that can fit imagery with the full-length of the NanoCurve surface, the announcement said.
Karen Robinson, Executive VP of Strategy for NanoLumens, commented: “Living up to our clients’ imagination is what drives our design and engineering teams every day. Airports have become a very important channel for the company. Our new solution at the Miami International Airport joins a growing portfolio that also includes installations at London’s Stansted Airport and Australia’s Darwin International Airport.”
The installation was performed by Virginia Beach-based integration firm Architectural Graphics Inc.