- The flexible solution.
Sicma has proven itself in countless client projects, particularly in terms of compatibility with existing systems. It also has many advantages in operation: low operating costs, easy servicing and excellent readability.
The brightness is automatically adapted to the surroundings and the font height of 48 mm is easy to read – even from far away. In addition to “Vehicle stopping” and the name of the stop, the destination, direction, line number and time can be displayed.
Regardless of whether it is implemented as a complete system or in addition to existing systems, opting for Uni NSI means opting for data compatibility, durability and efficiency.
As far as Luminator is concerned, there’s no contradiction in shaping technical progress while continuing to work with tried and tested formats. Being open to our customers’ existing technology is part of our philosophy. For that reason, we offer devices with classic interfaces – such as IBIS or RS485 – alongside products with newer ones. Depending on the customer’s needs and requirements, we are able to retain existing systems or combine them with new technologies. We will be happy to design the right concept with you.
Luminator Technology Group gets information to your passengers faster – with IP-controlled destination displays. Internet protocols can transport much more data at once than classic networks. All the devices in the vehicle are integrated into your passenger information system via Ethernet. This allows every destination display to be controlled and programmed from the central office. Troubleshooting and maintenance can also be carried out remotely. Make your system fit for the future with the latest standards, such as ITxPT or VDV301. We are happy to help you with this.
At least 20 (112 points) or 24 (144 points) characters per line (standard) Proportional font with uppercase and lowercase letters incl. descenders, numbers, and pictograms IBIS interface for connecting to current on-board data and/or for central or decentralized control Double-beep sound when the name of the stop changes (can be switched off) or when “Vehicle stopping” is requested (optional) Light aluminum profile housing painted in the color of the vehicle