Las Vegas-McCarran International Airport has selected NEC Display Solutions of America to deploy 900 NEC large-screen displays and 800 single-board computers (SBCs) for its $2.4-billion Terminal No. 3.
NEC has already deployed more than 1,000 displays in Terminals 1 and 2.
At the terminal No. 3, which will open on June 27, the digital signage will provide flight, baggage and gate information, wayfinding, directories and airline branding to 41 million travelers who pass through the airport each year.
“Employing 1,800 people at its peak, the McCarran Terminal 3 project positionsLas Vegasfor the demanding growth in international and domestic travel, and our region as the premier tourism destination,” said David Bourgon, manager, Airport IT Services atMcCarranAirport.
NEC’s technology, comprised of 182 46-inch P461s and 723 40-inch P401s, will be used for flight, baggage and gate information, security checkpoints, gate-holding areas and check-in counters.
NEC models operate 24/7. NEC’s SBCs will be deployed with the digital screens and reside in the slot options of the P Series displays.
“NEC has built a reputation for innovation and leadership in digital signage, and we’re grateful for the confidence thatMcCarranAirportofficials continue to place in us.Las Vegasand its hospitality industry are home to many NEC technologies, and we welcome our role in helping makeLas Vegasa top tourist destination in the world,” said Keith Yanke, Director of Large-Screen Displays and Projectors at NEC Display Solutions.
McCarranAirportflies an average of 114,000 passengers a day and handles more than 500 tons of cargo.