zondag 7 februari 2016

Miami International Airport Welcome Travelers to South Florida.

With more than 40 million international passengers traveling through it each year, the Miami International Airport is the nation’s second busiest airport for international travelers. And, until recently, the first introduction to the beauty of Miami and the South Florida region experienced by these travelers was a windowless International Arrivals terminal!

It’s no wonder then that, when the Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD) undertook the task of updating and improving the International Arrivals Terminal, they wanted to include a graphically compelling way to welcome visitors to the airport and city, immediately lifting their spirits after a long day (or more) of travel. “You never get a second chance to make a first impression. We wanted our International Arrivals Terminal to provide a sense of place and put a big smile on the faces of our visitors from the minute they arrived in the area,” explained Miami-Dade Aviation Department’s Chief of Aviation Signage Richard Garcia. “We literally wanted to create a moving, visual experience for travelers that brought the natural beauty and wonders of the region right inside the arrivals area — and we accomplished that, thanks to NanoLumens.”

MDAD selected NanoLumens (www.NanoLumens.com), the industry-leading manufacturer and marketer of LED visualization solutions in any size, shape, or curvature, to design a massive, 200-foot-long, double-sided NanoCurve™ LED display to showcase stunning images and video of Miami and the South Florida region.

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