Airways Magazine notes the airport experience is changing, and at the forefront of this change is cutting-edge audiovisual (AV) technology that is helping transform passengers’ time spent in terminals.Beyond just displaying flight information and directing travelers through their halls, some of the industry’s most innovative airports are also now investing in audiovisual installations that entertain, engage, and ease passengers’ minds in ways that improve their travel experiences while potentially increasing airports’ non-aeronautical revenue.
Indeed, thanks in no small part to these experiences, airport terminals are becoming places to connect, work, socialize, and be entertained.
Perhaps one of the more dramatic examples of how AV technology is transforming modern travel can be found at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, North Carolina. At Singapore’s Changi Airport, a massive 230-feet wide by 33-feet high LED display features stunning 3D visuals produced by Moment Factory. At London’s Stansted Airport, officials utilized audiovisual technology to deliver effective digital advertising.
“Airports have a unique need to deliver important information right alongside advertising to tens of thousands of people every day,” said Joe Lloyd, Vice President of Global Marketing for NanoLumens.
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