Solari was established in Udine in 1948. It was there that Remigio Solari invented what would come to be known as the Solari Board – a mechanical masterpiece that displayed numbers and letters on a rotating flap system. Seen around the world during the 1950s and 60s, the Solari board was used as the primary display system for arrival and departure times at airports and train stations.

We have one object that Solari di Udine has been involved with.

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