Cruise Ships and Digital Signage

Tough environment for electronics is outdoor, and particularly a "salty" or saline-rich environment like cruise ships or beachfront for that matter.
Cruise Ships and Digital Signage
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LG debuts screens designed for outdoor on cruise ships

LG has launched new DVLED technology, which can be used on cruise ships and other outdoor signage venues.  The new tech will be shown at an upcoming trade show in Florida next week (Seatrade). 

Cruise ships are a cross-vertical covering travel, entertainment, restaurants and hospitality all in one.

In Brief Summary

  • Marine-grade DVLED technology
  • Salty air is not a problem
  • 6.2-millimeter pixel pitch and a 5,000:1 contrast ratio
  • 160-degree horizontal viewing angle

“LG’s marine-grade DVLED technology is the ideal outdoor display medium because it can produce bright images and has the contrast necessary for watching videos in direct sunlight. The GNEB is easy to maintain thanks to a module-based construction,” says Jake Benner, director hospitality, cruise & titness at LG Business Solutions USA. “Outdoor areas on cruise ships can now be outfitted with movie-theater sized displays, while providing optimal performance day in and day out regardless of how salty, wet or unpredictable the environment is.”

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“LG’s marine-grade DVLED technology is the ideal outdoor display medium because it can produce bright images and has the contrast necessary for watching videos in direct sunlight,” said Jake Benner, director of hospitality, cruise and fitness at LG Business Solutions USA. “Outdoor areas on cruise ships can now be outfitted with movie theatre-sized displays, while providing optimal performance day in and day out, regardless of how salty, wet or unpredictable the environment is.”

LG will showcase the products for the first time at Seatrade Cruise Global 2023 on 27-30 March 2023.

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