NanoLumens displays Honolulu Daniel K. Inouye International Airport

Honolulu airport receives four NanoLumens displays

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.

The four new displays are mounted within lobbies 4, 6, 7 and 8 of the airport and are used to inform travelers of up-to-date flight times, news, weather, tourism opportunities and more.

The Nixel Series video solutions feature 6mm pixel pitch and 2000-nit brightness, the company said. The flight information being displayed comes in from SITA-manufactured software running on Dell OptiPlex XE2 computers, the press release said. The displays are powered by BrightSign XT1143 solid-state media player that outputs destination city weather, text ticker, and advertising videos.

With air travel increasing every year”, – commented Eric Seigler, Regional Sales Manager at NanoLumens  – “it is increasingly important for airport authorities to deploy communications platforms that quickly and compellingly engage travelers with the information they need to get to their gate and final destination on time and stress-free. Our LED visualization solutions are becoming the standard for engagement in leading airports around the world, including the Daniel K. Inouye Airport in Honolulu, Hawaii. Working closely with our integration partner Ford AV, we have upgraded the airport’s public information infrastructure to simplify travel with unrivaled display solutions.

Tags: NanoLumens, Digital Signage, Airport