Terra Networks, the largest media company in Latin America needed large format LED display technology for the 11 lines of the São Paulo Metro Line 4 or Via Quatro as it’s commonly known, their newest and most advanced subway line. This ambitious project was heralded to be the largest digital out-of-home project in the world including every type of digital signage imaginable.
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