Join Synect at Future Travel Experience (FTE) and Airports Council International - North America (ACI-NA) this year for the latest innovations in passenger experience. We’ll be demonstrating our traveling video wall and showcasing custom content for airports and airlines ranging from ticket counter canvases, to smart wayfinding, to our newly introduced FIDS of the future.
Summer has officially arrived at the Orlando International Airport, and millions of travelers are in for a big treat. The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority held a press conference today to unveil new content for their massive video wall canvas, which Synect helped launch in September of 2016, and provide their latest summer travel estimates. Click Orlando reports that more than a million passengers will pass through MCO between now and July 8 in a video that features the video wall and new content.
InfoComm is the biggest event of the year for the commercial audiovisual industry, and this year Synect CEO and Founder Yahav Ran has been invited to share his expertise on big canvases. His talk is part of a series exploring video walls, projection, and other larger-than-life installations.
This news release was published by air transport technology provider SITA – http://www.sita.aero/press
Digital canvas redefines passenger experience as part of airport’s multi-million dollar renovations
ORLANDO – 26 September 2016 – SITA, the air transport technology provider, has partnered with Synect to design and install the ultra-high definition video wall, which fully integrates with the airport operational systems to deliver dynamic way-finding along with flight information, destination time and weather, security and gate information. In addition, the family-friendly airport can now display engaging games to entertain its young travelers and decrease perceived wait times.
Owning the Digital Signage Medium Happens Where Technology & Creative Intersect
Microsoft has launched a flagship store in Australia—its second flagship this month and the first one outside of North America. Just like their new flagship on Fifth Avenue, Microsoft is betting on new devices and services to bring customers to the Sydney flagship, while placing major emphasis on video walls and innovative digital experience to engage those customers at their latest retail locations.
Microsoft launched its first flagship store this week in New York. The world was watching as Microsoft’s flagship store opened its doors on Fifth Avenue to an eager, waiting crowd. Just like the first Microsoft Store, which opened in tandem with the 2009 launch of Windows 7, the Fifth Avenue flagship opened on the launch date of the new Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.
Sean Hart is a software engineer and part of the Research & Development team at Synect. His focus is on creating new experiences using pre-existing and emerging technologies. He collaborates with the creative and technical teams to unify their visions for internally developed projects, allowing us to rapidly build new concepts. Read on for his overview of the latest from our R&D lab.
Have you ever dreamt you could fly? If so, you probably know the experience of waking and wishing to recapture the feeling and the vividly realistic views from above the world. If this sounds familiar, you’ll love the latest project from our R&D team.
Project Eagle Eye is a Synect invention we’re building to capture the world in 12K panoramic video. From the sky.
In late 2014, Microsoft and Synect won a digital signage industry award for an immersive digital retail experience at the Microsoft Stores. The Titanfall Video Wall Experience debuted at the stores in March to promote the launch of the award-winning video game title. One of the year’s most anticipated releases, Titanfall was released at the Microsoft Stores with a series of midnight launches—and more than ten minutes of original digital content allowing customers to experience and the play the game on the store’s massive video walls.