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NEC Display: Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky Intl. Airport

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NEC's attention-grabbing digital signage network has helped inform, direct and entertain more than 16 million travelers each year much more effectively than the static signage used previously.

Quick Facts
  • Facility: Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)
  • Location: Hebron, Kentucky
  • Challenge: Transferring static advertising properties to innovative digital signage in key areas throughout the airport
  • Solution: Roughly 50 46” NEC MultiSync LCD4620s
  • Date: Fall 2007

Every year, millions of people travel through the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), creating a captive audience in need of services, entertainment and direction. Corey Airport Services, the airport’s advertising concessionaire, realized that the facility’s traditional static signage was losing its effectiveness, and they needed a better way to reach visitors in crucial areas of the two-million-square-foot facility.

CVG occupies more than 7000 acres and handles more than 16 million travelers annually. The airport has two active terminals and three concourses, four runways and operates an average of 425 flights daily. It is currently ranked #1 in the U.S. for on-time arrivals, and the International Air Transportation Association has named it the #1 airport in the U.S. and #10 in the world.

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