Delta Wins LED in Columbus

Delta Displays said that it has installed two 3mm pitch LED displays that are 13.44m x 4.32m in size, giving a resolution of 4480 x 1440 for flight information in the John Glenn Columbus Airport, Columbus, Ohio (said to be the US’s fifteenth largest city). The airport sees more than seven million passengers a year. As well as flight information, the displays can provide emergency message releases, airport information updates and baggage information display.

Factors in the decision to use the LED were the visual performance and long life as well as the bezel-less design.

David W. Saleme, Business Development Manager, Concessions, said “Internally, there was a lot of back and forth about the specific size of the wall and the pixel size, since both would directly impact cost. We had identified a return on investment that we expected to see for the life of this video wall, which helped to drive the final product selection. The team reviewed several manufacturers, but we went with Delta’s 3mm LED display components. In person, they were stunning and clearly well-designed.”

“The quality of the design of the entire product stood out. Not only was the visible front facing display exceptional, but attention was paid to the design of the back of the unit, and how well the units connected to one another. This provided a high degree of confidence in the overall system,” said Mr. Saleme.

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