Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport has unveiled a new state-of-the-art digital flight information display board in its Arrivals Hall. The NanoLumens® Nixel Series™ LED video board, featuring NanoLumens’ revolutionary AWARE® display management platform, is a two-sided 30 foot by 10 foot board displaying flight information for arriving flights, the time, news and weather information, as well as messages from leading advertisers. The Nixel Series™ display was designed and engineered by NanoLumens, the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of indoor and outdoor LED visualization solutions, and installed by ConeXus World (www.conexusworld.com).
The dual-sided video board is located in the center of the Arrivals Hall so visitors immediately know where to go to access flight information. The central location and the ease of reading the information helps put visitors at ease as they anxiously await for their loved ones to arrive. Arriving passengers are greeted by spectacular images and a welcoming message to New York City and to JFK Terminal 4.
“Our new flight information display board will be helpful to the millions of annual visitors picking up passengers at Terminal 4,” said Gert-Jan de Graaff, President and CEO of JFKIAT, LLC., the company which manages Terminal 4. “Over 6 million arriving international passengers will be welcomed to New York City each year in part by the vibrant and dynamic images on the new video board designed by NanoLumens.”
“JFK Terminal 4 joins a growing list of major airports around the world that have turned to NanoLumens for a truly unique digital display solution that immediately engages travelers and allows for clear and concise communication of the kinds of information travelers need in order to continue on their journeys,” said NanoLumens Executive Vice President Karen Robinson. “We are honored to have been selected by JFKIAT for this project, which now stands as a stunning example of both our Nixel Series™ display technology and our AWARE network management platform.”