Projects: JFK’s T4 Now Greets Arrivals With Big, Sweeping LED Display

April 27, 2017 by Dave Haynes

This is a new two-sided 30-foot by 10-foot direct view LED display at the arrivals hall at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 4, which is mostly known as a Delta terminal.

It’s a  curved NanoLumens Nixel LED that displays ads, interspersed with flight information, time, news and weather. T4 has a throughput of about6 million arriving international passengers a year, so the board gets a lot of eyeballs.

It runs off NanoLumens’ revolutionary AWARE platform, which is display and device management, content applications and an embedded player.

I like the curve.

  1. Gregory Wilkinson says:

    Please advise the cost 40ft wide X 12ft tall curve LED screen as I would like the quote on ASAP and a photo of the specs.

    1. Dave Haynes says:

      This is just an online news site. You’d have to ask the media company, sorry.

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