LED Displays Transportation

Why NanoLumens LED Signs for Transportation

Today’s advancing technologies are making it easier than ever to reach more travelers on any given day with relevant transportation information and advertising; giving you and your advertisers the freedom and flexibility that you have been looking for.

Penn Station - NanoLumens LED signs


Moving Passengers Throughout the World

We provide 5 of the top 10 global airports and transportation hubs across the globe with the curved and innovative LED signs they need. From seamless video walls in any size to double-sided displays lightweight enough to be suspended from the ceiling, our state-of-the art digital display systems can conform to the existing architecture of your building.


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Sao Paulo Metro Line

NanoLumens powering Brazil's newest and most advanced subway line.


Eliminate technology obsolescence. Discover Visualization as a Service.

Hawaiian Airlines

A time-lapse video of how Honolulu Airport engages with digital signage.


Our LED Signs in Action



Our Clients on NanoLumens

Hundreds of thousands of people pass through the SkyWalk every year. Since the NanoLumens solutions have been installed we’ve received more advertising interest from automotive, luxury product and travel companies. And, we’re able to show our Toronto Blue Jays spirit and support by running Jays fan messages during the playoff games.
Brian Rodkin, IMA Outdoor CEO
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. We wanted the Miami Airport International Arrivals Terminal to provide a sense of place and put a big smile on the faces of our visitors from the minute they arrived in the area. We literally wanted to create a moving, visual experience for travelers that brought the natural beauty and wonders of the region right inside the arrivals area — and we accomplished that, thanks to NanoLumens.
Richard Garcia, Miami-Dade Aviation Department’s Chief of Aviation Signage
Ford Audio-Video has been the long-term provider of Public Address, Flight Information Display and Gate Management System Maintenance and AV integration at the Honolulu international Airport (HNL). The goal of the project was to provide departure flight information that could be visible throughout each of the two lobbies that are approximately 120-feet in depth. Additionally, the airport required that there be additional LED real estate space to show additional content of passenger interest, such as a destination city’s weather and a Hawaii tourism video slideshow.
Travis Ellis, Ford Audio-Video Project Engineer
We are delighted with the impact the (LED Display) Wave has created. It’s an important pillar of Darwin Airport’s role as the primary gateway to the Northern Territory and its role in defining the expectations of visitors from the moment they arrive at the airport. From a commercial perspective, it has also allowed us to deliver advertising solutions that are not available elsewhere in Darwin, creating an advertising site that is truly unique.
Ginny Sanders, Head of Communications and Media for Northern Territory Airports

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