Cocor Shopping Centre Chooses Daktronics to Provide LED Video Displays

Cocor Shopping Center in Romania has chosen Daktronics Inc. of Brookings, SD, and Daktronics GmbH of Wiesbaden, Germany to design, manufacture, and install LED video screens on the façade of the Center. The project is valued at $3.6 million.

“Daktronics is excited to work with the Cocor Shopping Center on this innovative project,” says Carlos Verez, International Sales for Daktronics GmbH. “This project will be a large accomplishment for us and we hope that our relationship with Cocor lasts well into the future.”

Two displays will be installed on the front of the building, one measuring 6.6m high x 11.7m wide. The other, larger display on the building will be 23.4m high x 11.7m wide. Both of the displays will incorporate full-color pixels on 23 millimeter center-to-center spacing.

On the side of the building, five 2-sided LED displays with pixels on 16 millimeter spacing, measuring 5m high x 3.2m wide, will be installed. Another display will be installed on the side of the building measuring 3.6m high x 20.4m wide, with pixels on 46 millimeter spacing.

All of the displays will feature ProStar® technology, and will use the latest in RGB LED technology to present live and recorded video images, colorful animation, and vivid graphics with incredible brightness and wide-angle visibility. ProStar technology offers a long lifetime with minimal maintenance and low power consumption, providing value and excitement for years to come. The display system will provide complete flexibility for the Cocor Shopping Center to present nearly unlimited images and information, which will create customer excitement and promote the building and advertisers.

The new displays will be operated with Daktronics proven Venus® 7000 controller and V-Link® video processor.

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