Two sets indoor full color LED displays with 832 by 176 pixels and 1184 by 144 pixels become the new highlight in Rome Leonard da Vinci (Fiumicino) airport.
Those two indoor full color LED displays with 6mm pixel pitch are installed separately in different terminals. They are working 24 hours a day to show outstanding advertisement for all the passengers to-and-from. They become the most attractive point in the airport. With high resolution, vivid color, powerful function for various advertisement requirement and friendly operation, they are highly praise by the customer.
This is the very first QS-TECH indoor full color LED displays installed in Italy; it opens a new page for QS-TECH LED displays in Italy.
Rome Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) Airport: is Italy’s first airport and Europe’s sixth where traffic volume is concerned. It lies 16 miles southwest of Rome and is linked to the city by train and by road.
Officially, opened on January 15, 1961 with two runways, replacing the small Rome Ciampino Airport which remained in service for domestic and charter operations. During the decade Alitalia invested heavily on the new airport, building hangars and maintenance centers; in the same period a third runway was added.
In 2007 ADR total traffic in Rome airports Fiumicino and Ciampino C hit about 38 million passengers: 150 destinations worldwide may be reached from Rome city, by the 160 airlines operating in the two airports.