Gas Station TV Chooses Delphi for Displays

The Gas Station TV network has selected Delphi Display Systems to provide 20-inch high definition LCD monitors to be mounted on top of gas pumps.

The monitors are five inches larger than typical displays used in drive-thru applications and will also provide stereo sound along with full motion HD video. The intention is to provide gasoline filling station customers with a home-like television experience while they're fueling their vehicles.

"Delphi Display Systems' reputation for providing its partners with leading-edge technology and top-quality service makes it the ideal partner for GSTV," said Adam Bleibtreu, president of GSTV. "We are certain that Delphi has the capabilities to adapt its winning formula for order confirmation systems to GSTV's platform."

Delphi has established a reputation for creating display technologies for outdoor applications that are readable in various lighting conditions. Their primary customers have been in the quick service restaurant industry.

GSTV is an IP-based digital television network and will be providing ABC program content, as well as local news, AccuWeather forecasts and traffic information from ABC-owned television stations. GSTV is currently in operation at Murphy filling stations in Dallas. By September, more than 100 additional outlets in Dallas, Houston and Atlanta are expected to be deployed. The network plans to have installations at 400 stations in the top 10 U.S. markets by the beginning of next year.