UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, Dubai: The Dubai Expo 2020 is scheduled for October 2021 and is likely to attract over 25 million visits. Gearing up to make this event a success, Pixcom Group of Companies has installed LED digital signages across new metro stations enroute 2020.
Signages Complement the Modern Dubai Metro Stations.
Pixcom has successfully implemented the LED digital signages at strategic and user-friendly locations of the modern metro station enabling maximum visibility. The Expo stations have ample capacity and can serve 29,000 riders per hour during peak times and around 522,000 riders per day.
The Dubai Investment Park Station is an underground station. The station is vast and spans over 27,000 square meters in area and 226 meters in length. This metro station can serve 13,899 riders per hour during peak times and 250,000 riders per day.
Advanced Digital Signage Technologies
Keeping in line with the current and upcoming technology trends, Pixcom has taken it a step further with its new digital signages that have futuristic designs, energy-efficient screens, more brightness, and lesser power consumption.
Pixcom’s portfolio includes challenging projects that have innumerable signages with different pixel screens, custom-made screens, unique resolution, and flexible modules. The signages have enhanced lighting and higher durability all of which constitutes to lower maintenance.
Advertising and Marketing Opportunities
The signages will add value by providing information to visitors. Pixcom LED signages serve as information boards with its dynamic content in multiple languages. Marketing opportunities are available with various types of advertising options.
Besides marketing opportunities, the LED signages also support educational and informative videos at the local areas. All these signages which have been installed are as per the requirements and specifications of Expo 2020 tender requirements that help make the journey exciting for travelers with higher engagement on information and brands.
About Pixcom Group of Companies
Pixcom Technologies LLC is the turnkey solution provider of digital signage and interactive media technologies in the Middle East, with over 70% market share. Pixcom has been creating and
deploying high-impact digital landmarks for over 16 years, making it one of the most sought-after technology suppliers for leading corporations in UAE, including Nakheel, Emaar, Meraas, Aldar, among several others.
Pixcom, also associated with two Guinness World Record holding projects, is the largest installer and supplier of indoor and outdoor LED displays in the Middle East. Notable digital displays also include the largest network of elevators and various landmarks displays in the region.
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