Samsung Electronics has announced two strategic partnerships to deliver real-time information display solutions to the airport industry. Through agreements with systems integrators and IT resellers in the airport sector including Ikusi and Zafire Group, Samsung display solutions will provide commercial displays to airports around the world.
“The airport industry is a promising market opportunity for Samsung’s total display solutions that will help us to achieve our long-term commitment to the growth of our commercial display business,” said Jeong-hwan Kim, Senior Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “We look forward to working with many IT resellers, including Ikusi and Zafire to develop innovative solutions that reduce total cost of ownership and provide the most effective solutions based on the Samsung Smart Signage Platform. Samsung delivers solutions to IT resellers serving the transportation industry, in order to offer a seamless information experience for travelers.”
Samsung’s total display solutions for airports eliminate the need for an external PC and enables real-time updates that save time and make installation and maintenance easy. Their slim, lightweight design makes them simple to install and reliable, while 24/7 operability makes the displays optimised for total airport display solutions. Equipped with the Samsung Smart Signage Platform (SSSP), there is no need for external media players, allowing for a streamlined deployment process. In addition, by integrating directly with the Flight Information Display Systems (FIDS) used by airports through the SSSP, Samsung’s displays can deliver real-time flight arrival and departure data, saving time and money while lowering TCO for the airport.
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