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BROOKINGS, S.D., Sept. 12, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Daktronics, Inc. (Nasdaq:DAKT) As part of a $50 million dollar Integrated Environmental Media System (IEMS) program, Daktronics delivered and installed over $20 million of cutting-edge architecturally integrated indoor video displays at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). To support the video display installation, the IEMS program scope included an extensive fiber optic backbone; dedicated power supply; dedicated HVAC systems; dedicated fire protection systems; and a Media Equipment Room/Control Room to house the sophisticated audio visual and content delivery systems designed specifically for this unique and groundbreaking program.
"Time Tower" and "Destination Board" Media Elements
"Story Board" Media Element
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The customized Daktronics IEMS displays are architecturally integrated with the building and original content was developed for the displays to engage, entertain and inform passengers as they move through the airport's new Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT).
Building upon the thematic elements of travel, the content shown on these integrated high-resolution displays will fulfill the airport's goal of "transforming the traveler experience." While promoting the LAX host brand as the creative capitol of the world, the integrated display content will also include the opportunity for sponsor messages as part of the creative content display.