Outdoor Electronic Signage Displays
Global Display Solutions Ltd. (GDS), market leader in the design and manufacture of industrial displays, announces two new additions to its innovative range of electronic signage displays, the MiDAS32" and MiDAS46" IP65-rated large screen colour units specifically developed for outdoor installation. The new monitors are perfectly suitable for even the most demanding external applications as they feature full sunlight readability while being totally weatherproof and vandal proof. Applications include railway stations, airports, bus stations and shopping malls.
These innovative new displays are the only ones available on the market to feature this large size and specifications. Their casing has been made to the IP65 standard, which guarantees total protection from dust and low pressure water from all directions. The units provide extremely high resolution of 1366x768. A further unique feature of the new monitors is a removable frame, which enables the displays to be paneled together behind a single pane of glass, giving the impression of a single, extra-large display.
The sleek appearance of GDS's new large screen displays is complemented by a robust and modular industrial design enabling them to operate efficiently 365 days a year. In addition, they have been designed to be aesthetically pleasing from all angles including the back, as no cabling is visible.
Marco Cohen, Sales and Marketing Manager at GDS, comments: "The trend for using electronic signage for marketing and information display purposes is rapidly growing across many sectors including travel, retail, advertising, leisure and entertainment. In fact, this market is predicted to double from $7.8bn in 2003 to $14bn by 2009. The introduction of these revolutionary new displays marks GDS's commitment to remain at the forefront of new technologies and products in the electronic signage market. We intend to expand this range further by the end of 2006 with the addition of a MiDAS65", which will be available in both monitor and PC versions."