In a modern transportation environment, delivering a pristine and profitable passenger experience is of the utmost importance. Airports across the globe have addressed this challenge by integrating large-format digital signage, using the dynamic technology to optimize foot traffic, establish a sense of place, and ensure the distribution of vital information. But how?
For an answer to that question join NanoLumens for a webinar ‘LED & CX: The Impact of Digital Signage on Air Travelers’ which takes place this Thursday webinar. They will explore how exactly, an airport can employ digital signage to accomplish their passenger experience goals.
Hosted by Airport Business and featuring expert voices from NanoLumens and Tampa International Airport (see below), the fast-paced webinar will illustrate for attendees what passengers expect from their transportation experience today, what that experience may look like in the future, and how signage systems can and will get us from Point A to Point B.
Global Sales Manager – Airports and Transportation
Eric Seigler, A veteran technology sales professional with a specific expertise in digital displays, he is the Global Sales Manager – Airports and Transportation for NanoLumens. Having a nuanced understanding of the evolving needs of airports has helped him position NanoLumens as the leading voice in LED visualization solutions for airports everywhere.
Deputy Director – ITS Engineering & Operations
Tampa Intl. Airport
Doug Wycoff is the Deputy Director of ITS – Engineering and Operations for Tampa International Airport, where he has worked since 2008. He is a well-established figure in the technology industry with over two decades of experience and a keen interest in modernizing transportation environments
Airport Business magazine
Joe Petrie is Editor-in-Chief of Airport Business magazine, the largest and most trusted magazine focused on airports in North America. Joe has spent the past 15 years writing about the most cutting-edge topics related to transportation and policy in a variety of sectors with an emphasis on transportation issues for the past six years.
It takes place Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 02:00 PM Central Daylight Time. Registration can be found here.