NanoLumens has recently completed the installation of nine custom-designed LED displays in Canada’s three busiest airports. The installations were at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Vancouver International Airport and Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
The installations began in December 2014 at the Domestic and International Departure Gate at Montreal’s biggest airport.
When Vancouver International Airport’s existing 10mm pixel pitch displays began to show their age, the Airport Authority replaced them the two new 2.5 mm pixel pitch displays at the Arrival Customs Terminal and US Transborder Departure areas. They measure 32’x9’ and 22’x12’, respectively.
A spokesman for the company said: “The Vancouver Airport was very conscious about how an LED board should look. The NanoLumens display is very slender with a minimalistic design that looks really good in the installation environment.”
Then in December 2016, Toronto Pearson International used curved displays to create a passenger information center that is as artistic as it is functional.
Located in one of the busiest walkways of Terminal 1, The Flower comprises four LED-backlit ‘petals’ that arch up and out from the center, each outfitted with a 6’x12’ curved 5.4 mm pixel pitch display that matches the petal’s arch. The petals are made from translucent Corian, with multi-colored LEDs inside each.