AG Neovo, the pioneer of professional display in the market, has marched into the fashion industry by installing its intelligent video wall for UGG’s brand new shop at Interlomas Shopping Centre in Mexico City D.F.
Tristram Borgmann, sales manager of AG Neovo Mexico
The initial concept of this program is to convey UGG brand awareness and communicate with customers in a modern way. The high-tech solution of video wall has merged quality video playback requirement as well as UGG corporate equity smoothly. It is believed in-store digital media has taken an important position to enhance customers’ shopping experience, especially between middle-to-high end consumers in Mexico.
According to Tristram Borgmann, sales manager of AG Neovo Mexico, this new-generation store needs to increases UGG’s brand value as well as customer awareness in Mexico. As a result, UGG decided to install a modern video wall to create a luxurious ambiance and transfer an ordinary retail shop into a prestigious fashion runway.
This project has adopted four AG Neovo’s newly launched PN-46 displays. Its super slim bezel with only 5mm jointly has received an incredible response from customers. “AG Neovo’s PN-46 display has designed to fulfill high-quality digital signage applications. The ultra slim bezel provides a seamless viewing experience with no obstacle,” said Tristram. The 700 nits high brightness panel further promises vivid image quality and clarity without the intrusion of the direct indoor spotlight or semi-outdoor environment. Its Full HD resolution also results in stunning visibility.
In the meantime, the OPS slot makes the integration of media players much easier too. Other impressive features such as UniWallTM and built-in scheduler allow easy installation as well as the user-friendly interface to program the video wall.
UGG (Australia) is a registered trademark in the U.S. and marketing to over 130 countries worldwide for its brand of sheepskin boots, footwear, bags, clothing, and many new collections. UGG intends to open more shops in Mexico this year.