Due to open before the end of the year, this terminal has been built with the most innovative technologies among which there is a 70 x 5 video wall that has been specially designed by NanoLumens using its solution Led Nixel.
Singapore International Airport, also known as Changi, It is on the list of the best airports in the world and is one of the largest in Asia in terms of movement. Located 20 kilometers from the commercial area of the city and less than five Tampines Regional Center has a wide range of facilities to inform and entertain passengers.
The new T4 terminal, which is scheduled to open before the end of the year, is betting on technology and in doing so, has cleaning robots systems and self-service check-in, billing and shipping will incorporate readers facial recognition . It also has two modern displays Led NanoLumens Performance Series showing high-definition digital content 24 hours a day, developed by Moment Factory.
Una de estas pantallas está ubicada sobre la zona de detección de seguridad de la T4. Se trata de un ‘Immersive Wall’ de 70 metros de ancho por 5 de altura cuyo display tiene un pixel pitch de 6 mm. Un soporte de visualización que es considerado como una de las mayores pantallas en el mundo instaladas en el interior de un aeropuerto.
The second screen designed with NanoLumens technology is located in the 'Heritage ", the output transit space, and has a size of 10 x 6 meters with 4 mm pixel pitch. This is built directly on a type 'shophouse' facade with several artificial fronts seeking to highlight the evolution of design arquitectónic0 from 1880 to the 50s.
To meet the project requirements, NanoLumens has created a customized solution for Changi Airport based on a redesign of its Series Nixel technology that adapts to the content of Moment Factory.
The solution required to overcome various mechanical EMI, EMC and other improvements RFP specifications. The new rigid Nixel technology is optimized to be flat with a larger to provide increased brightness and maintenance for the back diode.
Both displays its contents run throughout the day. The 'Immersive Wall' shows how waves flowing geometric and 3D animations and picturesque scenes of Singapore, and a funny animation of an imaginary journey that takes luggage from check-in.
Moreover, the exhibition of the Heritage area is integrated in the facade comprising the second floor of two buildings and reproduces the 'Peranakan Love Story', a film set in 1930 in Singapore. The video seems to blend in buildings, giving passersby a glimpse of the cultural history of the country.
"This has been one of the most rigorous and competitive projects in which we participated. We meet and exceed all required specifications, including weight, power, brightness, viewing angles, electromagnetic compatibility and limits of electronic magnetic interference, "says Almir DeCarvalho, vice president of sales NanoLumens.
Installation of these screens NanoLumnes and other innovative technologies of this terminal has been commissioned integrator Electronics & Engineering PTE (E & E).
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