JFK Terminal Features Giant Curved Display Board

The 30' x 10' board displays everything from arrival flight times to news, weather and advertisers' messages.

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Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport has unveiled a new state-of-the-art digital flight information display board in its Arrivals Hall.

The board was built by Atlanta-based NanoLumens, makers of custom-built indoor and outdoor LED displays for a variety of markets. The two-sided, 30′ x 10′ Nixel Series LED video board, featuring the company’s AWARE display management platform, displays flight information for arriving flights, the time, news and weather information, as well as marketing messages from advertisers. The display was installed by NanoLumens’ integration partner, Louisville, Kentucky-based ConeXus World

More than six million arriving international passengers pass through Terminal 4 every year, as well as nearly one million additional visitors.

NanoLumens’ AWARE display management platform is a cloud-based platform combining real-time diagnostics, media playback, and a variety of internal and third party-developed apps into one integrated system accessible through a single portal from anywhere in the world. The core applications include built-in media, weather, sports, news, HTML 5, social media, and audience measurement. AWARE’s API-based remote diagnostic capabilities are the most robust ever developed for the industry, according to the company.

SDG Staff

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