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Case Studies2019-06-20T14:09:09+00:00

Our Clients – In Their Own Words

Every client and installation has an LED display success story. Here, you’ll find some of NanoLumens’ standout installations and the steps of their journey, including quotes from our sales and engineering departments, channel partners, and the clients themselves.

Case Study: Red Rock Casino

Las Vegas is the mecca of all things gambling, and every little competitive advantage can equate to massive revenue. Red Rock Casino already had a gigantic-sized sports book – a place where sports and betting enthusiasts could congregate to watch games, matches, or races, kick back with a beer or two, and place some bets on the action. But, Red Rock wanted to up the oomph, and make its sports book a true showstopper.

Case Study: Toronto Pearson Airport Blends Artistry Into the Travel Experience

To empower their travelers, Toronto Pearson Airport sought to fill their busiest terminal with a uniquely artistic structure that was sure to deliver the impression that the city of Toronto deserved. To bring their vision to life, Toronto-Pearson needed a partner that could provide a display with more than just a standard LED screen, but the ability to invoke true artistic inspiration.

Case Study: An Interactive Walk Through History Brings Hy-Vee to Life

Supported by six columns with 4-foot diameters, Hy-vee's lobby was in need of a brilliant display system that could accommodate the columns’ severe curvature and complement the fixed displays adorning the walls of the area with the end goal of transforming the space into a truly immersive experience reminiscent of a Hollywood movie set.

University of Kansas

As one of the country’s most prestigious institutions, The University of Kansas knew they needed a destination point for students determined to move business forward. To promote the spirit of innovation the school is so committed to, the administration understood that the new Capitol Federal Hall School of Business had to foster a higher level of collaboration between faculty, students, and visitors. The administration desired a space that could provide large open areas where all visitors to the building could interact but in order to manufacture this kind of spontaneous networking, the building needed a focal point that would immediately draw everyone’s attention.

Case Study: Penn Station

From early in the morning to late at night, Penn Station is bustling with more than 300,000 daily commuters and visitors, generating thousands of touchpoints for advertisers. Penn Station recognized that they had a great opportunity to engage commuters with a double-sided digital display solution that delivers both advertising and travel information.

Britomart Overcomes Strict Safety And Engineering Challenges While Engaging Travelers With Advertising

When Britomart looked to add digital displays that would increase advertising revenue, Britomart and QMS Media envisioned a visual experience for travelers exiting through the main platforms that they could not miss. Due to the historical significance of the Auckland train station, it was important that these tower-like displays complemented the architectural design of the transit station.

Case Study: Changi Airport Dazzles International Travelers With World-Class LED Displays in Newly Opened Terminal 4

Changi International Airport is amongst the busiest air travel hubs in the world, but to fulfill its potential as the preeminent cultural gateway to Southeast Asia for international travelers, the look and feel of its brand new Terminal 4 needed a spark. NanoLumens video walls obliged!

Honolulu’s Daniel K Inouye International Airport Says ‘Aloha’ to Travelers With a Full Series of Welcoming Video Walls

Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport recognized that they were not doing enough to address the needs of their travelers. To remedy this, they opted to completely revamp a selection of entry lobbies so that arriving passengers would immediately be met with friendly, accessible, and engaging content. The first phase of the project renovated just two lobbies, but following the success of that original venture, completed in early 2016, the airport team decided to continue their push to reenergize the traveler experience by turning their focus to four additional entry lobbies.

Case Study: JFK Airport Soars With Massive LED Flight Information Display

Travelers who frequent New York rave about their experiences within the city itself but bemoan the time they spend in transit to and from what is the nation’s largest metropolis. Airport management understood they needed to remedy that deficiency in order to shed their lackluster reputation, reinvigorate weary airport-goers, and remind them how special New York truly is.

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