From check-in through to duty-free and then onto the aircraft, Aopen’s stand delivers a customer journey in small form factor computing and touch display technology. Staff are demonstrating how its digital signage, surveillance, kiosks and POS solutions cover every aspect of the retail, transportation and automation markets.
Integrating its devices into the airport theme of their stand, Aopen begins by demonstrating its digital signage solutions at check-in. Showcasing the Net Display System (NDS), the flight information board uses the Aopen digital engine to power the touch displays, available in 15in, 19in and 20in sizes.
The DE3450 player delivers 4K2K playback from two outputs with the ability to play a 4K movie at 60Hz, 10-bit. Said to be an extremely cost-effective device, the DE3450 features all Aopen benefits, including the ruggedised exterior for thosetough environments.
Also on show is the DE7400, described by Minouche van den Berg, marketing manager for Aopen Europe, as “an innovative X86 based powerhouse with new levels of graphics, speed and possibilities.
“We believe it is the world’s smallest DE7400 Xeon, and its tiny size makes it one of the most powerful and flexible systems available to date.”
Online software partner AppSpace is featured on the duty-free section of Aopen’s booth, using the interactive Chromebase Mini, an enterprise-ready interactive 10in all-in-one touchscreen solution. Designed for high-traffic enterprise environments including digital signage, POS, self-service kiosks, digital corporate communication and AV room control, the Chromebase Mini is targeted at commercial environments with its 24/7 operability.
Once ‘on board’, stand visitors can take a seat in the first class cabin and watch the clouds go by.
The Windows-based synchronised videowall enables them to feel like they really have travelled. The floor stand and mounting solution provide a wayfinder display complete with scan device for the next stage of the journey.