LG Electronics technology has been the option chosen by the Dubai World Trade Centre for the digital signage solution that have been installed in the building and is composed of a video wall of five meters wide, two dislays of one meter and two 42-inch touch tables.
The Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) is a business complex located in the United Arab Emirates made up a 39-story office tower. To keep informed to the visitors of the latest news and events that is organized is has installed a videowall of 53.3 meters square.
The realization of the project has run to cargo of the company SKY Electronics 47 inch monitor used with ultrathin bezel 47WV30BR-B's LG Electronics for its construction. A display that responds to the requirements of the World Trade Centre spreading informational and advertising content with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 p.
"LG Electronics has been a great support in this facility which can be the public display of videowall in Dubai's largest indoor. We hope to continue locking them in upcoming projects of digitisation for the DWTC", says Abdul Bakhrani, CEO of Sky electronics.
The composition is implanted consists of a main screen 5.2 meters wide by 2.4 meters high and two displays located on both sides of 1 meter wide by 1.8 meters high. This is completed with two interactive touch tables, placed in front of the two side screens, 42 inches.
"This dynamic video screen is the perfect place to keep our visitors informed way," says Jad Bechara, senior manager of Media and Sponsorship of the Dubai World Trade Centre.
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