Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the US, and handled 45.7 million passengers in 2016 alone.
Configurable, versatile and responsive, InForm™ information display systems blend virtually limitless functionality with clean aesthetics and exceptional structural integrity. Standard system elements are the building blocks for creating large public displays that can incorporate multiple LCD monitors.
InForm’s modular approach allows individual units to be scaled up or down to suit the needs of different areas. Design consistency can easily be maintained in any setting, whether big or small.
System applications for our information display systems include:
- Multi-user flight information (MUFIDS)
- Electronic visual information (EVIDS)
- Baggage information (BIDS)
- Gate information (GIDS)
- Ramp information (RIDS)
- Visual messaging (VMS)
- Emergency messaging systems (EMS)
Robust, scalable information display systems
InForm is a robust, scalable information display system with numerous features and capabilities designed to meet the diverse information display needs of airports around the world. The system is designed for renovations as well as new construction, is configurable for quick turnaround and cost savings, is built to last using high-performance materials and precisely engineered components, and has high recycled content and fully recyclable stainless-steel castings and aluminum extrusions.
InForm information display systems are supported by a cast stainless-steel foot with an extruded 3.5in diameter aluminum mat with clear anodized finish.
Versatile information display systems
InForm information display systems are highly versatile. Features include:
- Can include mast-to-mast electronic raceways, CPU enclosures, duplex outlets and data receptacles
- Illuminated and non-illuminated signage options available
- Accept phones, directory cabinets, advertising and monitors
- Two cabinet configurations can incorporate a wide variety of F+S surface materials
Highly functional, InForm information display systems have an open structure that enhances visibility in security-conscious environments; bumper rails to prevent rolling luggage and carts from damaging the system; standard mast heights to 10ft with heights up to 20ft available; and mounting options including floor-to-ceiling, floor-only, ceiling-only and facia mount.
Configurable information display systems
InForm information display systems are highly configurable. Features include:
- Can be used at ticket counters, check-in, gates, baggage claim, etc.
- Standard assembly layouts or custom designs available to meet project-specific requirements
- Complement other Forms+Surfaces (F+S) products: litter and recycling receptacles, seating, planters and our extensive range of surface materials for use in walls, wainscoting, columns, counter facings, elevator doors and elevator interiors
Cabinets for information display systems
Configurable cabinets house wiring for the LCD monitors, CPUs and other electronic components. Cabinet-face material choices are drawn from F+S’ extensive palette of options and include stainless-steel, Fused Metal™, Bonded Metal™ and Aero™ aluminum.
Headers for information display systems
The optional header is located above the cabinet and offers a great location to title the display, add the name of the airport or include other customized wording.
LCD monitors for information display systems
Customers supply their own LCD monitors, which can be mounted on one side or both sides of the cabinet. Adjustable or fixed mounting brackets are available.
Airport installations: InForm information display systems
InForm information display systems are installed in airports around the world: Atlantic City International Airport (pending); Dulles International Airport (completed); Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (completed); George Bush – IAH Airport (pending); Indianapolis International Airport (completed); Jet Blue Terminal at John F Kennedy Airport (completed); Kansas City International Airport (pending); Louis Armstrong – New Orleans International Airport (pending); Miami International Airport (completed); Raleigh-Durham International Airport (completed); Ronald Reagan – Washington International Airport (completed); San Diego International Airport (pending); San Jose International Airport (pending); Ted Stevens – Anchorage International Airport (in production); Wichita Mid-Continent Airport (pending).
Aviation seating, litter and recycling receptacles, planters and security bollards
In addition to the Inform System, the F+S product line includes seating, litter and recycling receptacles, planters, security bollards, and a wide array of high-performance materials and surfaces ideal for diverse airport applications: walls, counter facings, columns, and elevator doors and interiors.
F+S offers a striking breadth of beautiful, durable products designed to meet the real-world, long-term challenges of airports and other busy transit centers. Since its founding more than 45 years ago, the company has been at the forefront of material innovation, design leadership and advanced manufacturing technologies.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) located in Florida, US, is undergoing a major expansion and modernisation project as a part of the $2.4bn Capital Improvement Plan initiated by the Broward County, the owner of the airport.
The second busiest airport in Australia, Victoria's Melbourne Airport commissioned a new domestic terminal in August 2015. The move marks the start of a $1bn phased-expansion announced in 2012 as part of Melbourne Airport's biggest transformation project, which will see an investment of up to $10bn over the next 20 years.
Forms+Surfaces® offers a striking breadth of beautiful, durable products designed to meet the real-world, long-term challenges of airports and other busy transit centres. Now, joining this impressive portfolio, the InForm Information Display System makes its world debut. InForm off