We are pleased to have competed the first of two video wall installations in the South Terminal departure lounge of Gatwick Airport!
The site consists of 8 NEC X462UN’s in a 4×2 format. Working alongside GPL the framework was first installed, then the screens hung, aligned, cabled and configured. The installation went trouble free and without a hitch, and we now have live content displaying on the screens. We are set to install the second video wall this week – also in the South Terminal.
This week we installed 10 digital display screens in the soon to open southern entrance bridge at Gatwick Airport.
The installation is the first of three tunnels at Gatwick to be re-developed, and part of a larger roll out of digital infrastructure across airports in the UK.
We are also pleased to be working with Elvis Communication on the new dynamic content for Virgin, which is due to go live when the tunnel is opened. Currently at the final testing stage, the content will pull down live XML data feeds and display different messages relevant to the data. The 10 screens will also run fractionally out of sync so the messages ‘wash’ along the tunnel from screen to screen.
We will add images of the final content when the tunnel is open to the public, but for now here’s a picture of the screens so far…
10 Screen installation at Gatwick Airport
The technical team at ADXBA have been pretty busy recently after being awarded the contract to manage and maintain the digital advertising networks at both Stansted and Gatwick Airports by EYE, an existing client of ADXBA.
ADXBA is now proactively monitoring and maintaining the current infrastructure after migrating all current inventory. The contract includes 24hr monitoring of all devices, scheduled maintenance visits, full asset tracking and content distribution for EYE as well as an ongoing improvement program starting early 2011.
ADXBA has worked with EYE to develop a solution that works around their team, their infrastructure and their requirements ensuring they are fully covered.
ADXBA now manages EYE’s digital advertising network across Manchester Airport, Stansted Airport, Gatwick Airport, East Midlands Airport, and several other regional airports across the UK.
For more information on advertising opportunities go to EYE’s website
Today marked the launch of www.gooldham.com – Go! Oldham is a collaboration between Oldham Council GMP and other authority parners. It’s aim is to provide a central resource to youths for exciting events and activities throughout the Oldham area.
The site needed a complete re-design, to provide a more engaging experience for its target audience, as well as having integration with other online media feeds. We implemented modular panels for the site which included feeds to twitter and Flickr, and facebook integration. There’s also a dedicated blog as well as the vast list of activities that include google map references and filters for area, date and type of activity.
A login section allows pre-approved partners to add their own content and keep the site constantly fresh.
To view the website follow this link: www.gooldham.com
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