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LG intros digital signage at Moscow airport

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LG Business Solutions recently introduced digital signage to Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport. In particular, the company provided an LED signage totem in Terminal B. Featuring up to 1,000 nits of brightness, the totem provides Russian cultural showcases, animated clock towers and advertisements, according to a press release.

LG built a custom frame with an incorporated air cooling system for the totem and designed it so that each of the LED units had no visible gaps between them to craft a four-sided screen.

The company provided other displays as well, including:

  • Two digital art sculptures.
  • 49-inch webOS display mounted on top of 86-inch 4K displays to provide airport information and advertising.
  • 88-inch Ultra Stretch displays providing Russian culture vignettes.
  • 49-inch webOS displays to guide customers to the check-in counters.

"This project was the biggest and most impressive installation of digital signage in the Russian transportation industry," Ludmila Ignatova, general manager, Tegrus, an LG system integrator partner, said in the release. "Reliable product quality was very critical. For this, LG was the best partner we could have had, thanks to its global reputation as a leader in the digital signage industry."

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      Ultra-Bright Window-Facing Solutions LG’s portfolio also includes a high-bright Outdoor Window-Facing Display, the XS series, which is perfectly suited for installation inside the windows of retail shops in streets. The www.LGsolutions.com 3 XS series features (IPS) panel technology to ensure accurate color saturation and contrast at wide-viewing angles, even under high heat and brightness. The XS series also features enhanced brightness – up to 2,500 cd/m2, an ultra-thin depth of 84mm and support for LG’s WebOS platform making the XS series the ultimate screen for outdoor visibility. The display is the perfect choice for any in-window display due to its quiet operation - the display does not have a cooling fan, allowing it to operate under 25dB, which is quieter than a library. Advanced Video Wall Displays LG announced a new 49-inch video wall display, model 49VM5C, which complements the acclaimed 55-inch 55VH7B display in redefining the video wall category. The new display boasts a narrow bezel width of 0.9mm, allowing the displays to be connected seamlessly with each other to create a powerful and impactful image for an immersive experience that’s certain to capture any viewer’s attention.
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      This display solution not only has the capability to display 4K native content and upscale content, but it can also divide the screen’s content layout up to four different images www.LGsolutions.com 4 on one screen – a feature customers are familiar with from LG’s 75- and 86-inch models. Additionally, LG’s 4K Ultra HD displays also support LG’s WebOS. Featuring unique solutions, LG 4K UHD portfolio boasts a sleek 86-inch Ultra Stretch Signage display (86BH5C), perfectly suited for a wide array of installations. This digital signage display measures just over seven feet long and features an amazing 58:9 bar-type display and LG’s Picture-by-Picture (PBP) technology, which allows the user to divide the long, rectangular signage into four seamless screens in landscape or portrait installations. LG’s 4K UHD portfolio offers a wide array of high-end display solutions perfect for any installation, including offices, hotels, airports, museums, retail spaces and more.
       
      # # # About LG Electronics USA Business Solutions LG Electronics USA Business Solutions serves commercial display customers in the U.S. lodging and hospitality, digital signage, systems integration, healthcare, education, government and industrial markets. Based in Lincolnshire, Ill., with its dedicated engineering and customer support team, LG Electronics USA Business Solutions delivers business-to-business technology solutions tailored to the particular needs of business environments. LG Electronics USA Inc., based in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., is the North American subsidiary of LG Electronics Inc., a $48 billion global force in consumer electronics, mobile communications, home appliances and air solutions. For more information, please visit www.LGSolutions.com. Media Contacts: LG Electronics USA Kim Regillio 847 941 8184 [email protected] Joan Ong 312 397 6042 [email protected]
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