The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)—America’s civil space program and global leader in space exploration—recently redesigned the Rocco A. Petrone Launch Control Center in preparation for the new Artemis program, the first step and next era of human exploration in space. To complement the control center lobby design, NASA wanted to add an innovative display to showcase the new mission and those to follow, but needed the help of a qualified commercial technology consulting firm to find the right way to integrate a new display.
As a leading workplace technology and project management consulting firm, Phase Integration provided NASA with a creative design solution that seamlessly integrated into its new control center remodel. Our technology consultants assisted NASA by developing a streamlined project to install a LED video wall that features a stunning visual display of NASA’s past and present missions.
In providing NASA with the best technology solution, Phase Integration identified functional concepts and partnered with a world-class LED display manufacturer, Nanolumens, to customize a dvLED video wall. This digital canvas allows dignitaries to view launches and offers a high-profile area to watch NASA’s historical missions.
The Nanolumens 1.87mm HDS Engage Series videowall covers approximately 156’ square feet. As part of the Engage Series, it offers an ultra-slim design with superior up-close-and-personal, high-definition viewing. Engage displays are high-quality, and cable-less, making installation and maintenance a snap. In addition, it’s TAA compliant making it a perfect fit for mission critical spaces like NASA.
“This has been an amazing experience and the crew installing the monitor went above and beyond their job,” said a NASA Kennedy Space Center representative. “Phase Integration has been fantastic through this whole process, and provided an outstanding product, and their knowledge provided a clear understanding to what NASA was getting. The Launch Control Center now has the state-of-the-art feel.”