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‘Fit for purpose.’ What does it mean to NEC?
The term ‘fit for purpose’ at first glance may not seem overly inspiring! It’s used to describe how an object is capable of performing the task it was designed to fulfil.
How to maximise the ROI of your control room system
Your new control room system meets core operational requirements and is projected to achieve a healthy ROI based on your NEC visual displays and Hiperwall control software thanks to its low TCO.
The Sharp/NEC Difference: find out why partnering with us puts you in safe hands
When you are responsible for recommending, specifying or budgeting for your company’s, or your client’s AV deployment, you will want to make safe choices and sound decisions.
Why is an LED service programme not simply recommended, but fundamental for success?
When you bring home your brand-new car, not only do you expect it to look good, you expect it to give you reliable performance, day after day.
Take action toward a sustainable future for the planet and for your business.
Europe has annouced its plan to be the first climate-neutral continent by 2050.
Intel® SDM Inside: bringing more powerful, future-proof possibilities to our digital displays
Providing choice and flexibility to our customers through an open and modular approach is a key design strategy at Sharp/NEC.
Learning to fly again: supporting aviation in its recovery
As Europe feels its way out of quarantine, NEC’s Filip Cogghe sees digital signage as a vital enabler to increasing passenger confidence.
Airports and train stations are looking to LED technology in 2021 and beyond
Many are planning technology overhauls to carry them into the next decade
Complete digital signage solution with active fire safety
Hamburg is home to the oldest airport in Germany – and also one of the largest. Hamburg Airport welcomes around 17 million passengers and handles around 22,000 tons of air freight every year, acting as an intermodal hub in the north of Germany. As in other critical infrastructures, all of this results in strict health and safety requirements. The airport needs sophisticated technology, especially when it comes to fire safety – and its digital signage solutions are no exception.
Large Surface LED Advertising
To draw attention in a large, brightly lit space; you need a large, brightly lit presence. At Munich Airport Terminal 1, Sharp/NEC dvLED technology creates an uninterrupted ~5 by 3 metre image presenting content in high brightness and high contrast. A presence that cannot be ignored.
Flughafen Düsseldorf GmbH
New FIDS: First-Class Visualisation in 24/7 Operation
Passenger information systems provide guests and passengers with important information about their entire airport visit: from checkin and boarding, to departures and arrivals. Their reliability is a key component for smooth airport operations. To keep guests up to date at all times, SITA Airport IT GmbH at Düsseldorf Airport relies on Sharp NEC Display Solutions.
Motorway Traffic Control Centre, Dublin
From monitoring to managing – critical control of transport networks
Operational 24/7, the Motorway Traffic Control Centre receives multiple live data feeds from Dublin’s road and tunnel network. A vast 15 metre long NEC video wall provides operators with instant access to information as they maintain safe and efficient traffic management.
100% dependable digital signage
Information displays are absolutely essential at airports; passengers need instant access to flight, check-in and boarding information in all areas – and they also want to be entertained as they wait for their flight. The Manfred Rommel Airport in Stuttgart uses flight information systems, video walls and displays developed by NEC Display Solutions to keep its passengers up to date.
Digital advertising: long-life reliability
Providing long-life reliability, NEC displays at Hamburg Airport remain fully functional even after an extended 50,000 hours of service. A digitalization upgrade could not have gone more smoothly when transitioning to NEC’s latest generation technology.
NEC provides new displays and consultancy for a better passenger experience
Billund Airport’s existing Flight Information Display System (FIDS) was showing its age. Billund chose NEC to provide new display technologies and in-depth consultancy to transform the passenger experience and deliver new revenue opportunities.
High bright outdoor passenger information
Delivering an enhanced passenger experience goes way beyond the terminal building encompassing the entire journey to and from the airport. Visitors traveling through Schiphol Airport via bus are benefiting from real-time timetable information easily readable even in sunlit locations to ease their onward journey.
Improving passenger satisfaction whilst reducing costs
Airports are constantly challenged to offer an efficient proposition to its passengers, minimising confusion or anxiety during the travelling experience, whilst remaining profitable and attractive. NEC’s display innovation helps ensure airports are one step ahead of travellers’ needs as demonstrated by a recent upgrade at Heathrow Airport.
Dusseldorf Airport - DUS AD BOARD
In order to provide modern and innovative digital out-of-home media at Düsseldorf Airport, and to offer the best possible visual advertising space to companies, the DUS AD BOARD project upgrades the arrivals areas with an innovative NEC digital out-of-home solution which is easily controlled from a central location.
Royal Dutch Airline
EMPOWERING CABIN CREW USING INTERACTIVE TOUCH TECHNOLOGY
Royal Dutch Airlines, better known as KLM, is the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands. With a home hub at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, KLM operates scheduled passenger and cargo services to more than 90 destinations worldwide.
DISPLAYING FLIGHT INFORMATION IN FULL HD CLARITY
Munich Airport is one of the largest transport hubs in Europe; about 39 million passengers passed through it in 2013. A clear, consistent information system for passengers is essential and all digital signage solutions should provide clear and visible messages. This applies especially of course to flight information displays as they provide crucial communication essential for smooth and timely traveller transition.
Isles of Scilly Steamship Group
IMPROVING THE PASSENGER EXPERIENCE
As part of a multi-million pound investment project aimed at improving the passenger experience ahead of the busy summer season, the Isles of Scilly Steamship Company installs a digital signage solution aboard the passenger ferry Scillonian III and at Land’s End Airport.
Oslo Airport Gardermoen
FACILITATING A CLEAR AND RELIABLE PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM
NEC has been the main supplier of screens and projectors for Oslo Airport Gardermoen since 2005. With a proven record of providing the highest levels of reliability, passengers and staff at Norway’s largest and busiest airport bene!t from NEC displays delivering 24/7 digital information.
ZURICH AIRPORT RELIES UPON DIGITAL SIGNAGE SOLUTIONS FROM NEC
Signposts and advertising elegantly displayed.
Zurich Airport offers its visitors a first-class flight information system and improves any waiting time with visually appealing advertising on digital displays.
The Austrian Federal Railway Service
CREATING OUT-OF-HOME ADVERTISING NETWORKS USING MEDIAWALLS
Austria’s busiest railway stations see thousands of passengers passing through daily. An attractive potential advertising opportunity, The Austrian Federal Railway Service invited The Digital Display Media Group GmbH to create Austria’s largest out-of-home advertising network using NEC ultra-narrow video wall displays.
St Pancras International Station
ENHANCING THE PASSENGER EXPERIENCE THROUGH DIGITAL ADVERTISING
Employing digital communication methods to engage with its customers and enhance the passenger experience, Eurostar International Ltd contracted JCDecaux Airport to install and manage a digital screen advertising network at its iconic London home using NEC public displays.
Vienna International Airport
INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE
Flughafen Wien AG does not make compromises when it comes to choosing suitable digital signage display solutions. The company has therefore placed its trust in high-quality LC public displays from NEC Display Solutions’ MultiSync® P series for the new Airport TV and for the visitor guidance and management information systems.