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AV over IP/ Airports

AIRPORTS

Now you can combine digital signage, Video messaging and Paging Systems at Airports. A distributed networked approach gives you unprecedented flexibility, scalability, intelligibility, and reliability.

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AIRPORTS

Now you can combine digital signage, Video messaging and Paging Systems at Airports. A distributed networked approach gives you unprecedented flexibility, scalability, intelligibility, and reliability.

Consult a Specialist

Airport AV these days goes way beyond the mind-numbing displays showing flight timings and status. Digital signage and audio opportunities proliferate from retail to restaurants even to live sound stages. Digital signage is probably the fastest-growing media component in airports, because it’s being used in so many applications, from conventional signage such as flight-scheduling boards to new uses including advertising and digital menus in restaurants. LCD kiosks are becoming popular at airports, particularly ones with charging stations built-in that cause visitors to linger, watching the message. Digital signage has also been proliferating on the operational side. In addition to large flight-status monitors, airlines are implementing dynamic LCD signage at individual gates. These are used to convey updated information to travelers of a particular flight, such as the changing status of upgrade queues and weather. In fact, airlines have been integrating digital signage into their operational strategies. Implementing AV over IP can bring together all these applications and additionally open new possibilities...including airport staff have video meetings accross diffrent locations in the airport...with no additional recurring cost! The switching technology needed for quality AV over IP offers opportunities for airports to save on related infrastructure spending. With traditional AV switches costing tens of thousands of dollars, the AV-over-IP solution can be performed using simple Ethernet switches, requiring only a few hundred dollars of investment. Plus the implementation of AV over IP does not typically require new cabling installation, as airports can often use existing LAN infrastructure.