Multimedia to relax and unwind
As its name suggests, the aim of the SlowDown hotel is to relax and unwind. From the foyer and tapas bar to the spa and conference centre, Sharp/NEC LCD large format displays, videowalls and an eye catching dvLED wall convey dynamic imagery from nature to generate a calm and cosy atmosphere.
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.
A new way of learning
The Parthenope University (Naples) was founded in 1919 as a Superior Center of Culture, it subsequently became a University in 1933. The pervasive use of technology in the education sector saw the University embark on a campus-wide program to update its classroom facilities, harnessing the latest technology to support the teaching and learning process.
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.
NEC forms the immersive engine at the heart of the Sir John Monash Centre
Located on the site of the Australian National Memorial and adjacent to the Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery on the Somme, the Sir John Monash Centre was commissioned by the Australian Government.
Advertising In Other Dimensions
Its motto “Advertising In Other Dimensions” led the AdverTower GmbH to partner with NEC to deliver intuitive technology offering impressive quality and eliability to provide an inspiring visual experience.
NEC LED creates a stunning visual centrepiece
Excellent visual presentation is fundamental to business at Fineart AS.
The versatility of laser projection
Laser projection offers outstanding benefits for digital signage and meeting room visualisation due to its excellent installation flexibility and high brightness. A complex large image requirement at Pinsent Masons is ably addressed through stacking and edge-blending multiple NEC laser projectors.
Rewriting the rules of learning
Unhindered by legacy technology or outdated buildings, the University of Northampton has relocated to its brand new state of the art campus designed entirely around the future of higher education, without compromise. The result is a total rethink on how students learn, with a focus on student led collaboration and vast video wall presentation, supported by NEC displays and Hiperwall.
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.