Blue Rhine Technology along with Enoc has designed, planned and implemented an array of 36 LED screens around the station.
Emirates National Oil Company has joined venture with Blue Rhine Technologies to launch a series of ‘smart’ fuel service stations in the Emirates. Blue Rhine Technology along with Enoc has designed, planned and implemented an array of 36 LED screens around the station. The screens show a wide range of information to the customers that include weather and traffic updates, as well as tailored advertising content to customers.
John Joseph, sales director at Blue Rhine Technologies said, “We’re supplying all the LED screens within the fuel service station that includes the four LED screens each on eight of the forecourt columns by the dispensers. Additionally, Enoc requested a four sq.m screen at the entrance to the Zoom convenience store and inside there’s also a 50cm-high LED curved screen that runs around the whole length of the store. As per Enoc’s request, we also have installed a large LED screen in the Auto Pro waiting room area. This means that Enoc’s customers are always entertained or informed in the most technologically advanced way possible.”
Joseph also said that this was the firm’s first fuel service station project, and represents a departure from its usual retail or mall-focused operations, but prides itself on providing tailored digital signage solutions, whatever the client sector. “Blue Rhine Technologies’ screens can be used across many different industries. Source: Trade Arabia PWKD12052017
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