With its 40" NEC LCD4000 display, NEC has helped PCIA—the 45th busiest airport in the U.S.—overcome obstacles in its baggage claim area, while contributing to a new form of revenue generation.
With its 30" and 40" LCD displays, NEC has helped RTIA overcome the distractions and obstacles it had experienced with other display types.
When it needed a state-of-the-art, full-function information display solution to replace its older CRT monitors, SCIA called on NEC Display Solutions to equip its FIDS with 30" and 40" LCDs.
When this Toronto-based college wanted to upgrade to LCDs while maintaining the durability and image quality of its CRTs in its computer labs, 19" NEC LCDs were the displays of choice.
To help Software Spectrum's customer care representative’s increase their efficiency, NEC Display Solutions equipped them with dual-monitor setups.
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Terrebonne Parish School District used a stroke of good luck and 17" NEC LCDs to help prevent disaster to its student and employee records.
SAIT is Canada's premier institute of advanced technology, known worldwide for its quality technical education. NEC's portable projectors provide SAIT with high quality and low maintenance.
Arizona State University, one of the largest universities in the country with nearly 60,000 students at four separate campuses, updated its classrooms and auditorium with NEC projectors.
Beef O'Brady's, an established "family sports pub" franchise in the southeastern U.S., deployed plasmas and projectors to broadcast sporting events and train staff.
Through the integration of people, technology and business systems, a collaborative learning environment was created with NEC projectors so graduates will meet the challenges of the future.
To keep up with its technology and as one of the fastest-growing school districts in Arizona, Chandler Unified School District supplemented its teaching visuals with NEC VT Series projectors.
This private Catholic college preparatory school is one of Houston's most progressive independent schools, especially after installing NEC projectors in all of its classrooms.
The NEC WT600 projector's groundbreaking short throw has brought a new kind of immersive museum exhibit to life.
Frazer Methodist Church in Alabama is one of the largest Methodist churches in the country with its 7000-member congregation. To update its AV system, Frazer installed projectors and plasmas.
This award-winning educator touts NEC's VT465 projector for its easy-to-operate, lightweight portability.