nomADic 12 LED Billboard Truck
The ground breaking nomADic 12 series — An eye-catching video billboard vehicle, offers a high impact solution for digital video mobile advertising in highly functional 4 sided package. 200 Watt external sound system, 15 KW diesel generator that shares diesel truck tank.
LED Billboard Truck Specs
Nomadic 12 is available in one custom size and color. Nomadic 12 is built on the Mercedes 4500 chassis. It features a custom steel body, white powder coated exterior, aluminum features and floors and iron cabinets with an integrated LED digital display with side spaces of 12.5×5.6 and rear space of 5.6×5.6 and front space 18’x35’.
Drivers screen has a hydraulic lifting system for a 20 foot high stationary billboard.
4 Sided display units are perfect to deliver any sight angle.
P6 LED technology
Nomadic 12 holds super bright outdoor LED displays using high resolution 6mm pixel technology, for the most dynamic picture in an outdoor display. Our nomadic 12 video trucks can show an unlimited number of images in a slide show or full motion video files, using a variety of transition effects.
On board impact resistant computer and LED software included. Additional GPS tracking and Geofencing capabilities available.
WHERE CAN YOU USE AN LED BILLBOARD TRUCK?
- Trade shows
- General advertising
- Corporate events
- Party rentals
- Product roll outs
- Grand openings
- Branding tours
- Political campaigns
Shared Use Business Model – The Concept
A French Company, named Mobil Affiche, developed the original mobile scrolling advertisement system in 1993 and established the first dedicated advertising vehicle (DAV) in Europe. A distinctive 7-poster system was highlighted in their trucks with a 5’ x 8’ display on its three sides. The tri-vision advertising truck was designed by Delroy Cowan in 1995. Cowan’s invention integrated an Isuzu NPR truck with a truck bed that was costumed and three tri-vision symbols that he bought from a manufacturer in the Europe. Cowan’s two trucks were the first multi-image steadfast advertising vehicles in the USA.
Few years down the line, a similar but polished DAV conceptualization emerged from organizations calling themselves Brands in Motion, Billboards in Action and Admobile.
The DAV theory from each mobile ad pioneers were versatile, but they all advocated the shared-use model of advertising.
Previously, we explored how one can attain a reasonable return on investment by committing a DAV to an individual client. The single client model forgoes higher advertising rates and substantial potential revenue for lower risk and stability. Nonetheless, this is the most potentially profitable model for generating income compared to the shared-use model. Precisely, the shared-use model authorizes advertisers to procure as little or as much of the available ad space they need. The mobile advertising provider should devise a program that is effective, credible, verifiable and of a good value to support a strong rate card.
How LED Trucks Are Built
LED billboard advertising is cost effective, has a high impact and can reach thousands of people with high retention.