Salzburg Airport GmbH
Salzburg Flughafen GmbH?
Salzburg W.A.Mozart Airport is a modern international airport with destinations in Europe and overseas. Due to its geographical location, Salzburg Airport is a passenger and cargo hub for the Salzburg area, Upper Austria, the Tyrolean lowlands and Bavaria. Two terminals can handle up to 1,400 passengers per hour. 13.000 tons of cargo are handled per year.
Ready for take-off for a demanding modernization project: The complete flight data, information and marketing displays had to be comprehensively redeveloped and implemented - including preparation of the graphic and color presentation of the flight data. As ongoing operations were not to be impaired at any time, rapid implementation was particularly important. The entire fiber optic cabling had to be renewed.
Comprehensive, state-of-the-art digital signage solution, designed as a flexible system - including failure scenarios and expansion options.
- Project planning
- Installation of the solution
- Complete support
- 24/7 service
- Connection to departure times for passenger information
- 3 video walls, consisting of a total of 31 47-inch displays from LG for arrivals, departures and the insertion of advertising / information
- Administration, control and monitoring via a central management server from easescreen
- Networking via fiber optic links
- Various info displays at different locations in the airport
- Optimized communication and information services for airline passengers
- Uncomplicated content exchange
- More and better usage options
- Simplified maintenance
- High system flexibility
In this complex project, K-Businesscom proved to be a very experienced and flexible partner. We were not only convinced by the good price-performance ratio, but above all by the cooperation with K-Businesscom here on site in Salzburg. We have learned together and from each other. The linking of the flight data with the new system was a challenge, but was solved to our satisfaction. The display of arrival and departure times is transmitted almost live from the system to the screens.