• Wednesday , 22 November 2017

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Huntsville airport chooses Planar Clarity Matrix

Huntsville airport chooses Planar Clarity Matrix

For the second time in as many years, Huntsville International Airport— which served 1.2 million passengers last year — has chosen Planar’s Clarity Matrix LCD Video Wall System for its unique combination of superior image quality, easy-access design and reliability. The new video walls are a key part of the airport’s $92 million capital improvement program

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Sanyo supports innovation at Reutlingen University

Sanyo supports innovation at Reutlingen University

New research and development projects can only be successfully brought to market once their effectiveness and cost-efficiency has been established. The ideal technical and economic implementation of these projects is the subject of the Industrial Engineering course offered by the ESB Business School (part of Reutlingen University).

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Electrosonic installation celebrates seafarers

Electrosonic installation celebrates seafarers

The UK’s National Maritime Museum has marked the opening of its new £36.5m Sammy Ofer Wing, with the installation of ‘Voyagers - a permanent gallery dedicated to helping visitors gain a richer understanding of Britain’s maritime heritage. Electrosonic was selected by the museum to supply, install, commission and provide warranties for the audio-visual hardware.

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Olympics orders start to flow

Olympics orders start to flow

Worldwide Olympic Partner, Panasonic has already started supplying and installing huge 33.6m² ultra bright outdoor LED screens for the London 2012 Olympic Games countdown events taking place at London’s Trafalgar Square. Since the two year and one year to go proceedings, Panasonic has continued its support by supplying scores of huge screens ranging in size from 14m² to 52m² for the London Prepares test event series that feature exciting sports ranging from BMX and basketball to hockey and beach volleyball.

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Airport orders largest Japanese digital signage installation from Mitsubishi

Airport orders largest Japanese digital signage installation from Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Electric has received an order from Tokyo's Narita International Airport for Japan’s largest digital signage system, comprising a total of 340 display units including two pairs of 330-inch screens, a concave organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen and multiple touch-screen displays. Partial operation is scheduled to begin in March 2012, with full operation by the summer.

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Power conditioning makes history

Power conditioning makes history

When is the one place you can't afford power supply problems? There's probably a few, but a museum dedicated to history of the computer must be on the list. That's why the exhibit technology team at Bowen Technovation chose Furman's P-8 PRO II and AC-215A power conditioners

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OneLan serves large scale LED

OneLan serves large scale LED

Spot WerberSpot Werbe are using OneLan’s digital signage solution to drive LED screens. Under Swiss law moving content on outdoor screens is prohibited and so the OneLan solution is driving static content. Six screens have been installed and a further ...

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