The portfolio includes the world’s largest Ultra HD display.
James Park, CEO, LG Middle East and Africa, said: “The sustainable business and economic environment in general and investments in the airports developments in the region offers tremendous growth opportunities. LG is committed to this region by bringing the latest technologies and solutions that suits the present and future needs.
“Our line-up of products fits perfectly with the ambitions of this region to become one of the worlds’s most preferred travel hubs.”
The Middle East region is projected to see investments of up to $90 billion in aviation industry development until the year 2020, by which time its airports will be handling 400 million passengers annually.
Airports around the world use LG displays for essential as well as peripheral services.
An LG spokesman added: “Digital signage in airports has exploded in the past decade, and today, apart from the essential displays for Flight Information, Baggage Carousel, Check-in Counters, Self Check-in Counters and Gates, displays are found into every step of passenger experience.”
Also on display was LG’s 55-inch video wall, Stretch Monitors, outdoor signage and EZ sign TV, the world’s first TV that comes with signage function in the form of a billboard TV without any additional hardware.