Samsung’s LED Signage Installed at the New Istanbul Airport

Samsung Electronics announced that it has recently finished implementing its SMART Signage at the new Istanbul Airport.

Samsung has supplied nearly 700 Samsung SMART LCD and LED signage, including LED displays covering a total of 1,012 square meters. The project was carried out within 45 days with a technical team of 28 people with the help of B.T. Global.


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The new Istanbul Airport covers 76.5 million square meters including the 1.4 million square meters main terminal building, where Samsung’s signage installed. The two giant 193-sqm LED screens at the international departure gate will welcome worldwide visitors. Passengers will also encounter Samsung LED signage from arrival halls and baggage claim areas to check-in areas, passport control and lounges. The first phase of the new airport was opened in October 2018.

“We are proud to participate in one of the most significant projects in Turkey’s history and a great achievement in global aviation,” said Seog-gi Kim, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung SMART Signage not only guarantees excellent colors and picture quality to capture visitors’ eyes, but its durable, IP5x-validated design ensures 24/7 continuous content delivery regardless of environmental factors, including dust, dirt and lighting exposure.”

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