Planar has been delivering mission-critical commercial display solutions to the Federal Government since the company’s inception in 1983. In the last decade alone Planar has deployed thousands of TAA-Compliant video walls and large format displays into Federal Government installations around the global.
From truly seamless ultra-fine pitch LED video walls to the smallest tiled bezel LCD video walls, 4K LCD displays and interactive touch solutions, Planar offers a comprehensive portfolio of commercial display solutions. From Control Rooms to Briefing Rooms to Hero Walls, Planar display solutions deliver the exacting performance, reliability and superior visual performance demanded by Federal Government applications.
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Planar offers a range of display solutions that are fully compliant with the Trade Agreements Act (TAA). From truly seamless ultra-fine pitch LED video walls to the most comprehensive portfolio of LCD video wall solutions, to 4K LCD displays and a wide range interactive touch solutions, Planar TAA-compliant displays are assembled in the United States and are approved by the US Government use.
Wide range of truly seamless solutions with the finest pixel pitches for high resolution applications.
The most comprehensive portfolio of award-winning solutions for nearly seamless solutions.
Best-in-class portfolio delivering unparalleled 4K image quality and performance.
Wide range of touch solutions from small touch screens to large video walls
Planar proudly serves the United States by developing mission-critical and tactical digital video wall solutions for many of our government’s most demanding agencies.
Housed at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) is the representative office of the Secretary-General at Geneva and serves as a focal point for multilateral diplomacy and advancing the agenda of the United Nations.?In late 2018, an extensive upgrade of the room began, entirely financed by the State of Qatar.
Following a …