LG Digital Displays Chosen for Orlando Airport

The massive main videowall is more than 1,500 feet wide.

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Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey-based LG Electronics USA Business Solutions announces a large videowall it is building for the Orlando International Airport.

The company is installing 700 LG 55-inch, ultra-thin-bezel screens that will create a continuous 1,561-foot digital display wall behind the airline counters. Another 350 LG displays will be installed in double-sided overhead videowalls throughout the terminal that will be used for wayfinding from the check-in areas to concessions, security checkpoints and areas serving travelers.

LG was hired by the Greater Orlando Aviation Administration, which conceived the videowall as a way to provide travelers with a unique experience that is attractive aesthetically while conveying all the information they need, including wait times, flight information, wayfinding, destination time and weather and gate information.

LG Electronics worked with videowall experts and content development agency Synect and communications/IT solutions provider SITA to design the videowall.

The Orlando International Airport serves more than 41 million travelers annually.

SDG Staff

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