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Japan's Largest Digital Signage at Narita Airport with 340 Screens Including 330-inch Multi-Display Screens

Japan's Largest Digital Signage at Narita Airport with 340 Screens Including 330-inch Multi-Display Screens

Narita will introduce Japan's largest digital signage.

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Narita International Airport in Narita, Chiba Prefecture will introduce Japan's largest digital signage in its passenger terminals in March 2012.

The airport will install a signage system with 100 terminals displaying 340 screens that will include 48 multi-display OLED Panorama Vision screens in the departures lobbies, arrivals lobbies, retail areas and elsewhere in Terminals 1 and 2. Plans call for the installation of two multi-display screens at security screening in the departures lobbies, each of which will be giant 330-inch monitors. The first of the new signage will begin operating in March while more will be installed gradually into the summer.

Content to be displayed will mainly consist of up-to-date, location-appropriate airport news and entertainment, along with commercial advertising, promotional info, mood-setting content and more. "We want to try and improve customer service and also raise the branding power of the airport overall [by delivering timely information]," said an airport spokesperson.

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