Kuwait makes history with installation of state’s largest display screen

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Kuwait Municipality unveils state’s largest display screen on historic building.

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 6: The Kuwait Municipality Public Relations Department has unveiled the installation of the largest display screen in the State of Kuwait, situated on the old Municipal Council building overlooking the intersection of Naif Palace and the Capital Governorate Building. In a press statement, the department announced that the Construction Department in the Projects Sector has completed the decoration work for the main municipal buildings, including the installation of an external screen on the old municipal council building.

Measuring an impressive 80 meters in length and 15 meters in height, with a total area of 1,200 square meters, the screen boasts the capability to display any live broadcast from smartphone apps or terrestrial and satellite channels. Abdul Wahab Al-Musallam, the Director of the Capital and Jahra Contract in the Projects Sector, highlighted that the installation was carried out by directives from the Director General of Kuwait Municipality, Engineer Saud Al-Dabbous, and under the direct supervision of the Deputy Director General, Engineer Maysaa Bu Shehri.

Al-Musallam further elaborated that all decoration and lighting works for the main buildings were meticulously completed, with the external screen featuring the “Net Screen” system, enabling the display of videos, pictures, or text. Additionally, the screen can be divided into multiple sections to simultaneously broadcast two or three channels. Notably, the screen was designed to be transparent to preserve the building’s external appearance while serving as a platform for visual displays, including the state flag’s lights.

The introduction of this advanced technology marks a significant milestone and represents a qualitative shift in the decoration of government buildings in the State of Kuwait.

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