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Installation of 10 Screens of Commercial Digital Signage at Haneda Airport - Operating Starting in August

Installation of 10 Screens of Commercial Digital Signage at Haneda Airport - Operating Starting in August

Digital signage will be installed and used in Terminal 2 of Haneda Airport.

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On June 7, Ohta Ward, Tokyo-based Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd. announced that authentic digital signage will be installed and used in Terminal 2 of Haneda Airport (which the company administers) starting in August.

Ten 60-inch flat screen liquid crystal displays will be installed on columns on the terminal’s underground floor B1. The commercial digital signage, coined Haneda Airport Ad Vision, will show video and still images.

Haneda Airport is one of the world’s busiest with 620 million visitors annually as of 2009. The terminal is becoming an effective place to deliver information that responds to the needs of various industries and generations, mainly geared toward businesspeople as well as the many families, students and more. Digital signage devices have already been installed at the airport’s escalators and in restrooms. In addition, starting in June this year next-generation signage devices will be operating inside cars on the Tokyo Monorail, which passengers can board at the terminal.

A statement from Japan Airport Terminal said, “We will develop digital signage that can deliver information in an effective and timely manner and that is a new way of advertising in a transportation network.”

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