Sharp Professional Displays Drive Business With UV2A & IGZO Technology

New LCD panel technologies from Sharp advance picture quality, energy efficiency and reaction speed in commercial digital signage.

CI Staff

“To gain an advantage over your competitors, you need to find your target audience with the apt information at the right time,” according to Almo Pro AV and Sharp, two companies working together to expand and facilitate the use of LCD displays in commercial settings.

One of our many jobs as integrators is to help our customers find their target audience. One possible way to do this is with customized digital signage.

Digital signage content can be designed and adapted for the environment, so your customers can target the people and places they choose with a simple sign on a walkway or video screen on a wall.

A digital signage or video wall display can be used to:

  • Direct shoppers
  • Provide flight information
  • Show movie trailers
  • Direct patients and doctors
  • Instruct students
  • Inform customers
  • Assist news anchors

Sharp is the first manufacturer to adopt the tenth generation mother glass of UV2A Technology, which “represents a major advance in terms of the picture quality and energy efficiency of LCD panels.”

From the AQUOS BOARD interactive display to ultra-slim bezel video walls and standalone digital signage displays, Sharp is working to bring LCD and UV2A Technology to commercial environments.

The company boasts a range of uses for the new LCD technology, including 24-7 digital signage and control room video walls, touch LED displays used in corporate boardrooms and classrooms, and small-size touch displays for 24-7 kiosks.

Sharp also says its Ultra HD displays use IGZO Technology, which is a semi-conducting material which allows smaller pixels or much higher reaction speed on a screen.

To learn more about the new LCD technology from Sharp, watch the video below.