Traffic Arrangements Improvement in Port of Naantali

LED Digital Guidance at Port of Naantali by Ampron
LED dynamic guidance boards had to be fit for purpose for the port and sea area. They also had to be easily manageable. Also to provide modern content and enjoyable user experience for the guidance to passengers.

Client

Port of Naantali Ltd

About the Client

The Port of Naantali is a port located in the south-west of Finland, city of Naantali, where the mainland meets the beginning of the Turku archipelago. The port is among the largest in Finland in terms of passenger and cargo volume.

Project

Traffic guidance improvement at port area

Location

Port of Naantali, Finland

Facts

  • TEN-T core port in Finland with an excellent logistical location on the European route 18 and well known Nordic triangle and Scandinavian-Mediterranean traffic corridor
  • Centre for Scandinavian ferry cargo traffic in Finland – The quickest sea route for cargo between Finland and Sweden
  • One of the largest RoRo/Ropax -ports for trucks and trailers in Finland
  • Significant centre for liquid and dry bulk goods operations

Customer Challenge

Port visitors like truck drivers and passangers needed to be guided on a new traffic area.

LED dynamic guidance boards had to be fit for purpose for the port and sea area. They also had to be easily manageable. Also to provide modern content and enjoyable user experience for the passengers. One of the important requirement was the future upgrade options.

Our Delivery

We delivered displays from our Rugged DR Series. Specifically two types: DR-2000×1040 P8 and DR-1040×720 P8. In addition, we provided software for easy management of the displays. We provided an initial system setup and designed the content and templates for the guidance.

Status

Delivery was done at the beginning of 2020.

Our Deliverables:

2 pcs. – DR-2000×1040 P8

13 pcs. – DR-1040×720 P8

1 pcs. – DR-720×720 P8

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