LG Business Solutions USA is set to exhibit at InfoComm 2023 booth (#1642), where the global electronics company will show attendees a number of LG displays and their applications across a range of industries.
According to David Bacher, head of marketing for LG Business Solutions USA, the 10,400-square-foot booth will provide examples of how the company’s latest products can support commercial spaces with digital tools that improve efficiency, productivity and customer experiences.
“Our largest presence ever at InfoComm will present the pinnacle of digital display technology,” comments Bacher.
“And the multiple large-scale displays facing the show floor give attendees a taste of what they can experience walking through the booth. We are offering a first-hand look at how our digital signage solutions and related technologies elevate the experience in boardrooms, retail stores, restaurants, education, virtual media production studios, control rooms, public art installations and more.”
LG Displays to Showcase Product Line Diversity
LG’s InfoComm booth will demonstrate how the tech giant caters to the needs of various spaces, offering a wide range of pixel pitch options for both commercial and residential purposes, spanning from pixel pitch specifications from 0.68mm to 1.56mm, including models dedicated to virtual production.
The company boasts that even from outside the booth, visitors will see the Digital Art Zone’s massive 272-inch LG MAGNIT 8K Micro LED display. Showing a variety of 8K footage that captures the beauty of the natural world, integrators will be able to see how LG displays could be used in public spaces, corporate or hotel lobbies.
The rear side of the Digital Art display wall highlights additional opportunities for these spaces with a new 163-inch All-in-One DVLED display and a custom-designed digital sculpture that combines eight 55-inch transparent OLED displays, resembling a giant prism.
Another display the company will feature in its booth is a MAGNIT 8K Micro LED display that will be synchronized with a Transparent OLED Signage banner comprising 26 55-inch displays. Covering one side of the LG exhibition hall’s entrance, the overhead solution is designed to create an immersive media art experience.
Some of the other applications LG displays will be highlighted in the company’s booth is its Meeting Room and Board Room Zone where visitors will encounter a variety of displays, centered around the 21:9 All-in-One DVLED displays optimized for widescreen video conferencing platforms. This zone will also show how LG’s One:Quick Works and One:Quick Flex displays offer enhanced operations in office settings.
The versatility of LG’s Transparent OLED solution will be spotlighted in the Retail Zone, where a 30-inch screen serves as the draw and centerpiece of a shoe display and a 55-inch watch kiosk entices shoppers and provides key product information. This zone also includes multiple other transparent OLED displays and a fine-pitch LED display.
LG points out that its booth’s Software Solutions Zone will demonstrate a variety of digital signage software solutions, including the LG Cloud Platform, SuperSign Cloud and Pro:Centric Cloud for content management, ConnectedCare for remote management and LG Smart Cam Pro for 4K smart cameras.
Rounding out the company’s massive InfoComm 20023 booth is the Food and Beverage Zone will demonstrate a variety of LG displays, including a 37-inch ultrawide Stretch display that supports advertising on shelves and pick-up desks, and the company’s ultra-bright 22-inch and 55-inch weatherproof models that are engineered for drive through applications.
One last area of the booth will spotlight LG’s power-saving and green technologies that will be shown in the ESG and EV Charging Zones. In the ESG zone, visitors will learn about LG’s focus on environmental sustainability, exemplified by hundreds of ENERGY STAR certified LG displays and supported by international certifications for electromagnetic emissions, safety, security, accessibility, compatibility, and durability.
The EV Charging zone will point to the future, showing how LG’s high-brightness outdoor displays can be incorporated into partner-manufactured EV charging kiosks.
“InfoComm is one of our greatest chances to meet and discuss possibilities with commercial integration professionals eager to offer their clients cutting-edge solutions,” adds Bacher.
“We want them to know we are investing in innovations that open new avenues of expression, offering new opportunities to win bids and increase business success.”
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