Adventure Digital eyes rail expo
Dubai, April 26, 2009
Adventure Digital, a Dubai-based company offering digital signage solutions, will display some of the most advanced digital signage solutions for rail networks at an upcoming rail expo.
The fourth annual Mena Rail conference will be held from May 11 to 14 at the InterContinental Hotel Festival City in Dubai.
The event will see the congregation of international experts and heads of local and regional rail corporations, who will address diverse issues related to the booming rail market in the region.
“The Middle East is set to become the most vibrant rail market in the world,” said Girish Mehta, managing director, Adventure Digital.
“After Dubai Metro, we heard announcements about an inter-GCC rail network. More recently, Abu Dhabi announced its plans for metro and high-speed rail link to Dubai,” he added.
“Most GCC countries, including Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, have either finalised plans for massive rail projects, or are in the process of doing so.
“As signage forms one of the critical components of an efficient rail system, it is very important for rail managements to choose the right technology and service provider for digital signage. Adventure Digital will unveil some of the most advance digital signage solutions for rail networks at Mena Rail 2009.”
Adventure Digital offers specialised software and high definition LCD information display panels that allow messages to be delivered with high clarity and cost-effectiveness, through a single control unit.
“Projects worth of billions of dollars have been unveiled over the past few months. At conservative estimate we expect the digital signage market to zoom by 500 per cent. As more projects are commissioned, the growth could be much bigger,” said Mehta.
“Adventure Digital will highlight solutions that represent an attempt to take digital advertising to the next level. The LCD technology used in our system guarantees crystal-clear clarity as well as flexibility to tailor content to draw customer’s instant attention,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service