Displays for recreated West Midlands station
High contrast Eco-white LED displays ensure a minimum of ten years of operation, up to 30% less power consumption and improved contrast.---
Infotec is proud to have supplied passenger information displays for Wolverhampton’s new state-of-the-art railway building, which has been created without any changes to the platform areas.
The station is part of the Wolverhampton Interchange project, a £150m transport hub to provide an attractive commercial gateway to those arriving in the city by national rail, bus or tram.
White LED displays have been used to create an attractive and user-friendly main board for passengers entering the station from two different directions, as well as for additional summary of departure displays at the platform entrance and lobby areas.
Infotec’s full matrix technology allows scripts with enhanced functionality and graphical presentation to present improved animation and additional data such as train formation and service comments.
The use of high contrast Eco-white LED technology ensures the displays will be available for a minimum of ten years of operation, using up to 30% less power than the legacy yellow through-hole technology and ensuring legibility, even in this modern glass-walled environment.
The displays provided by Infotec meet the needs of the travelling public and the aims of the city with their clarity, long service life and contemporary appearance.
The Wolverhampton Interchange Partnership consists of City of Wolverhampton Council (CWC), Ion, West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), West Midlands Trains, Virgin Trains, Network Rail, Midland Metro Alliance, Canal & River Trust, and Black Country LEP.
New displays are helping with passenger management and enhancing the customer experience.
High contrast Eco-white LED displays ensure a minimum of ten years of operation, up to 30% less power consumption and improved contrast.
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Infotec is providing hardware for displays that the customer can run their own applications on using either a LINUX or Windows operating system.
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