Background Airports are complex environments that serve millions of passengers every year.
They are hubs of transportation, commerce, and communication, and they require a range of information and communication systems to function effectively. In the past, airports relied on traditional signage to communicate with passengers, such as posters, signs, and information boards.
With the advent of Screentym, airports have been able to upgrade their communication systems in a number of ways. ScreenTym is a form of visual communication that uses LCD, LED, or plasma screens to display real-time information and content. It can be used to display a range of information, such as flight schedules, gate information, airport maps, and advertising.
ScreenTym can also be integrated with other systems, such as flight information systems and customer relationship management systems, to provide a more seamless and personalized experience for passengers.