New York City’s LaGuardia Terminal B has modernized the passenger experience through the use of more than three dozen digital displays from LG Business Solutions USA.
Many transportation facilities have used the extended period of reduced passenger loads during the pandemic to make improvements to their digital signage and communications networks.
BrightSign players were selected to power a 275-foot-wide video wall in the new self-check-in area at Scotland’s Edinburgh Airport.
DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung operates the airport control towers of all German international commercial airports, and does so with the technology backing of G&D KVM systems.
The brand-new Istanbul Airport features an extensive network of displays powered by Navori Labs QL digital signage software.
Dubai International Airport recently upgraded its operations control center with a 55-screen video wall powered by RGBSpectrum's MediaWall V 4K display processor.
Airports are prioritizing speediness, installing technology that will help move travelers through airport terminals as quickly as possible.
Part of a $4-million-plus upgrade, Dante-compliant solutions from AtlasIED provide innovative paging, emergency notification, messaging, and boarding information throughout airport terminals and concourses at New York City’s LaGuardia Airport.
Bannister Lake has entered into a partnership with Brooklyn-based data aggregator and distributor, Roadify Transit.
Today’s airline passengers want personalized travel that is tech centric, app enabled, and stress free. 21st-century transit hubs are answering the call with AV and personalized technologies.
Siemens collaborated with Matrox to implement an IP-based simulation environment for their European rail-network client with an innovative use of streaming and recording of multiple video feeds.