Aesys Information displays



Viewed by millions of people daily on five continents, AESYS displays are prepared for information change around the globe. Aesys is the world leader in communication systems and display technologies, serving the traffic, transit, industrial, and municipal markets. Founded in 1977, today they have over 300 team members dedicated to product excellence. In their technical department, including electronic, mechanical, and software engineers, combined with the full testing laboratory, Aesys teams work together to solve the clients' toughest display and communication challenges. Some of their latest innovations include low power technology displays, filterless ventilation systems for railways that eliminate preventative maintenance, and communication protocols that enhance the modularity and extendibility of the systems.

Bus passengers have a constant need to know the status of their bus whether in a station, at a bus stop, or riding an unfamiliar bus route. Aesys bus systems provide them with complete information no matter the stage of their trip. From hardware to software, LED to LCD-TFT, from on-board to stationary, and from the bus stop to the last stop - their flexible range of systems makes it easy to communicate wherever your passengers are.


Complete set of LED and LCD-TFT information systems for information to passengers on board and on the ground.


A wide range of LED and TFT passenger information display systems (PIDS) for intercity, regional, or metropolitan rail.


Variable message signs (VMS) for real time traffic and safety information for highways, tunnels, and cities. 


Industrial-grade LED and LCD displays designed for reliability in harsh environments, either installed indoor or outdoor.


From indoor to outdoor application, and from runway to the baggage area, Aesys FIDS inform passengers wherever they are. 


LED and LCD displays that keep citizens easily informed of the latest news and events throughout the city


PSV and Aesys have worked together with operators on many projects to deliver tailor made solutions.

Trent Barton Mainline

For the Mainline project Trent Barton used a full colour and white front display with a large rear white display.

View PSV/54/428

Central Connect

For their new Enviro 200 MMC buses Galleon Travel used a white and full colour front display with smaller white rear display.

View PSV/54/393

Greys of Ely

Many Coach Operators have opted for the Aesys Full Colour Destination Display with embedded controller to give clear information.

View PSV/54/459

Trent Barton Indigo

For the Indigo project Trent Barton used internal TFT displays to deliver clear on board information and advertising.

View PSV/60/344


After anticipating the needs of the public transport market, creating the first LED displays to indicate bus line and destination, Aesys continues to innovate by expanding its technological solutions, providing a flexible solution to the dynamics of urban mobility by offering a complete set of information systems to passengers on board/ground of the latest generation.

The LED displays of the new Minerva series have an unparalleled visual impact. The use of ultra-bright SMT Leds with wide readability, automatic adjustment of the brightness with respect to environmental conditions, make the devices legible at night and in any weather condition. The high reliability of the displays, resulting in a minimum reduction in ordinary maintenance costs, make Aesys route indicators the best solution for use in bus fleets.


The on-board multimedia system is the solution entirely designed and built by Aesys to provide users on board buses with real-time indications on the route, on the public service, or advertising information, through the latest generation LCD-TFT color monitors.

 Movies, audio-visual animations or images in cycle between them will be displayed smoothly and smoothly on high-resolution TFT monitors, which allow for greater brightness and clarity than traditional LCDs, excellent legibility and visibility from all bus positions . The information of an on-board multimedia system, thanks to the possibility of being supplied also in a sonorous and multilingual way, is particularly appreciated by disabled people (eg blind, visually impaired) and by poorly informed people on the journey of the vehicle (eg tourists) .

If for passengers the on-board multimedia system means travel comfort and satisfaction, for the local public transport company the choice to make use of this information platform means raising the quality of the service offered and improving the corporate image.

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