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Absen lands record digital signage deal

LED solutions provider Absen has linked up with Kuala Lumpur International Airport on a major project that saw it install the largest LED airport display in South-East Asia.

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The ‘Digital Dream’ screen is a 400sqm LED wall with a 23,976W x 1,008H resolution

Malaysian Airport Holding Berhad (MAHB), the airport’s operating company, contacted local media company VGI Airports about a visual overhaul of the airport.

VGI opted for a combination of LCD and LED technologies for the project, and chose to work with Absen on the latter. It selected a combination of Absen N4, Acclaim A2719, and A2725 for the installation, split into three different areas.

Absen’s N4 created a ‘Digital Dream’ screen - a 400sqm LED wall with a 23,976W x 1,008H resolution - in the arrivals area, while Absen’s A2719 was selected for a Satellite Digital Impact Network screen to cover both arrival and departures of international destinations.

Absen’s A2719 was put to use used for full high definition displays at check in area, while the Digital Arrivals Impact Network screen features a curved 7.3m x 2m A2725 LED wall, strategically installed above the escalators for arrivals.

Such was our commitment to this, that we ended up building the longest LED screen in an airport

Ruben Rengel, senior vice-president of global business development at Absen, comments: “At Absen, we’ve always been committed to offering the best solutions no matter the customer, and in a critical environment such as this, quality, reliability and simple install products are key aspects to the correct solution.

“The N series, along with the Acclaim series, answered those requirements flawlessly, and the outcome of the hard work from the Absen and VGI teams was an incredible display.”

Nacho Perez, chief digital officer at VGI Malaysia, adds: “LED allows us to build custom sizes to fit different areas and create some really immersive and seamless environments.

“Such was our commitment to this, that we ended up building the longest LED screen in an airport.”

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