Pennsylvania Convention Centre installs new digital displays

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Pennsylvania Convention Centre installs new digital displays

The Pennsylvania Convention Centre in South Dakota, USA, is enhancing its guest experience with Daktronics LED video displays.

The new displays will supplement more than 200 annual events hosted by the facility. They are currently sharing messages with visitors and passersby.

John J. McNichol, president & CEO of the Pennsylvania Convention Center, said: “As the world becomes more digitalized, our new digital displays will offer our customers a chance to bring that new technology right into their meeting spaces.

“This installation has heightened the presence of meetings and conventions – as well as the experience of event attendees – in our Broad Street Atrium, which was already a unique and impressive space.”

Six displays featuring 4-millimeter line spacing are lined on each side of the main entrance in mirror fashion below each escalator to greet visitors to the convention center and to show event-specific content.

Further inside the entrance, a display along the rear wall features a narrow pixel pitch of 2.5-millimeters that engages guests as they pass by. These displays also show upcoming event information and other abstract content to create a welcoming atmosphere.

Kelvin D. Moore, CMP, regional general manager for SMG, which oversees the day-to-day operations of the Pennsylvania Convention Centre, commented: “We are pleased to work with Daktronics, the world’s premier digital signage company, in bringing a this new amenity to our customers. We are very pleased with the response we are receiving from our customers.”

Stuart Wood is a news reporter across the Mash Media editorial portfolio. He writes for CMW alongside sister publications Conference News, Exhibition News, Access All Areas and Exhibition World.

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