NanoLumens Honored at InAVation, Digital Signage Awards Ceremonies

Almost a decade ago, NanoLumens introduced the world to large-format flexible digital display technology and we’ve been pushing the technological boundaries of the industry since then. Our hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed. This week, we continued our winning streak with honors at two major AV/digital signage awards, the InAVate Awards and the Digital Signage Awards.

The InAvate Awards was a sold-out event that took place at the Gashouder, Amsterdam. Close to 800 guests from the AV industry were on hand to honor industry achievements. In the transportation category, our partner, Electronics & Engineering, won the top prize for the record-setting NanoLumns installs at Changi Airport Terminal 4, in Singapore.

At the Digital Signage Awards in Amsterdam, NanoLumens displays were honored in the following categories:

Finalist – Content & Creativity for Changi Airport, Singapore.
Finalist – Education, Healthcare, Professional for Arizona State University’s Beus Center.
Finalist – Transport & Travel for Changi Airport, Singapore.
High Commendation – Transport & Travel for Toronto Pearson Airport.
WINNER – Music, Sport, Entertainment for Atlanta Braves SunTrust Park Stadium.

Congratulations to our friends, partners, and competitors for their innovation in 2017.

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