vrijdag 25 december 2015

Mexico stock exchange capitalizes on digital signage.

Bolsa Mexicana, the Mexico stock exchange, has deployed "the largest indoor and outdoor display in Latin America," according to an announcement from financial market displays provider Wavetec.

The Dubai-based company said it installed a total of 150 square meters of ultrabright LED digital signage displays, composed of both 4mm and 10mm pitch.

The installation included a 40-meter-long LED ticker on the front elevation of the stock exchange's building. Thomson Reuters sponsored the project and provided support to renovate the displays at the exchange, according to the announcement.

Wavetec said it has managed successful projects, screens installations and system integrations in more than 25 stock exchanges in Spain, Chile, Peru, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Dubai, Nigeria and Kenya. It provides financial market displays that enable real-time information dissemination to financial institutions.

During the first phase of the project, Wavetec installed an 8-square-meter screen in the authorities balcony and a full-color, 360-degree curved indoor LED display with a resolution of more than 3 million pixels, reaching 54 meters of the perimeter of the stock exchange's trading floor. In the second phase, the 40-meter curved LED ticker covering the front of Mexico Stock Exchange's symbolic building was installed. Both the indoor and outdoor displays are designed to ensure high brightness even when exposed to bright sunlight or outdoor harsh climatic conditions, the company said.

Donatello Suite, Wavetec's turnkey enterprise level software also was integrated at the exchange, offering tools for canvas design, and data and content management such as changing stock prices on the fly. The system also offers performance monitoring and reporting features.

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