Mobile charging digital stations deployed at US airports

New charging stations will provide an in-demand service to 193 million passengers

Out-of-home advertising giant JCDecaux has completed the rollout of 169 new mobile-charging digital signage advertising kiosks at the four largest international airports in the U.S. — New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport, Miami International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.

mobile charging digital stationsThe kiosks will exclusively feature Verizon advertising and content on digital signage screens.

The newly designed mobile charging digital stations will provide an in-demand service to 193 million passengers, according to JCDecaux. Each device is equipped with USB ports, regular AC outlets and a wireless recharging device. The units also feature two 32-inch digital signage screens for the exclusive use of Verizon commercial and content messages.

Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network will be used to deliver digital ads to the kiosks, including messages from Verizon.

JCDecaux Co-CEO Jean-Francois Decaux said in the announcement that his company is “delighted to have partnered with Verizon for the launch of the largest U.S. airport program of sponsored mobile-charging stations.”

“Providing an essential service to travelers and a unique brand experience make these new devices a very compelling media asset,” he said.