Global tech innovator LG recently donated top-of-the-line UltraGear monitors worth over PhP 600,000 to the Philippine Navy to help modernize its display solutions. Thirty LG UltraGear 32GN500 monitor units were given to the Naval Air Wing of the Philippine Fleet, which will be used in their flight simulation rooms to display lectures, flight deck videos, flight monitoring for Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance, Airborne ISR, and Humanitarian and Disaster Response missions, and so on.
to the members of the Naval Air Wing – Philippine Fleet
LG Philippines’ Managing Director Sungjae “Airboss” Kim hands over units of LG UltraGear 32GN500 as donations to the Naval Air Wing and receives a certificate of gratitude in the recently-held launch event in Taguig City
LG Philippines’ managing director Sungjae “Airboss” Kim turns over units of 32GN500 monitors in the recently-held launch in Taguig City
Members of the Naval Air Wing – Philippine Fleet receive 30 units of LG 32GN500 monitors
Squadron LUPS31 received the LG 32” Ultra Gear of flight activities.
LT MONTILLA PN (C90 Co-Pilot) presented the LG 32” Ultra Gear monitor to AD2 Arado PN, NAOS-EM, CMAA. This monitor will provide better vision in daily updates and monitoring of flight activities in support of the NFEM mission
A crew of the Anti Submarine Helicopter Squadron 42 uses an LG UltraGear monitor donated by LG Philippines
In a recent aviation-themed event, the South Korean tech company introduced its newest line of monitors to the Philippine market. This includes the massive 48” UltraGear UHD OLED and the 32” UltraGear UHD 4K, the versatile LG Dual Up 28MQ780-B with Ergo stand, and others. One of the monitors featured was the LG UltraGear 32GN500, which was used together with a flight simulation rig. The monitor donation to the Philippine Navy was announced during the event.
LG Managing Director Sungjae Kim was elated with the new partnership, saying “It is a great opportunity for us to partner with the Naval Air Wing of the Philippine Fleet. We wholeheartedly support those in service of the country. We hope our small donation goes a long way in providing real-world applications for their training”.