NEC Display Solutions Europewill be showcasing the launch of its 6th generation of intelligent airport display systems at The Airport Show 2014 held in Dubai, UAE from 11 – 13 May 2014 at stand 7156.
NEC Display Solutions already has the widest portfolio of airport related display products and solutions of any supplier in Europe. It has more than 40,000 LCD displays installed in over 180 airports worldwide including Dubai, Muscat, Heathrow and Barcelona.
NEC Display Solution’s stand (7156) highlights will include:
-The next generation of low power 32- to 84-inch LED UHD displays with integrated NFC and human presence sensors, and wireless remote management and monitoring tools
-Ultra-low cost Android OPS-based FIDS controller to drive the new wave of FIDS-in-the-cloud software
-A new range of enabling solutions to simplify deployment and extend the range of application use both indoor and outdoor
-As one of the world’s largest airport-focused exhibitions, Airport Show provides an ideal B2B platform for companies to present airport and aviation-related products and services. In 2013, the event attracted 6,581 aviation professionals who networked, sourced their product requirements and created over $20bn worth of regional business possibilities.
NEC’s spokespeople and experts will be available for interviews throughout the show.
“The year of 2014 is seeing the launch of some truly impressive, ground breaking products and solutions from NEC. This show will highlight new ways of interaction with passengers through our updated P Series LED displays to the new generation of FIDS controllers incorporating the Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) slot. As a market leading innovation company, NEC strives to build long term relationships and deliver state of the art but future-proof solutions that help to shape tomorrow’s airport terminal designs,” said Richard Wilks, Aviation Business Development Manager EMEA at NEC Display Solutions Europe.
Many airports already rely on NEC Display Solutions’ technology to provide intervention-free passenger communication, including Barcelona Airport, Vienna Airport, and Zurich Airport. NEC is also helping to deliver communication at the world’s latest terminals such as Heathrow’s new Terminal 2.