April 22, 2020 By PrintAction Staff
New York City-based digital sing maker SNA Displays recently provided 10 LED displays for Albany International Airport as part of a renovation project. The new LED video screens replaced outdated tri-colour message centres above the check-in counters, allowing for enhanced communication and welcoming travelers with a reinvigorated, high-tech look.
“The Albany airport staff was a pleasure to work with,” said David Kile, director of systems integrations at SNA Displays. “The information and technology leadership really understood what we needed to get done and was there to help and advise every step of the way.”
SNA Displays provided the LED displays, content management system, and ceiling-mounted metal enclosures to match the original design. All 10 displays, from the company’s BOLD interior product line, are 26 feet, six inches long and just under a foot high. Employing a pixel pitch of 2.5 mm, each LED ribbon display has a resolution of 3,200 pixels wide by 90 pixels high.
SNA Displays worked with Color-Ad, who provided audio-visual integration and installation services, and Crystal McKenzie, who provided design expertise.
The first and oldest municipal airport in the U.S., Albany International Airport serves as the major air centre for the Capital Region, Northeastern New York, and Western New England.
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