SEEN & NOTED: UNITED KINGDOM More than 700 Burger King locations across the United Kingdom have replaced their static light-box displays with digital menu boards. Burger King's digital menu board system was first introduced at the Victoria Train Station location in London and at the Birmingham Airport. The London site has two 46-inch Samsung LCD screens, and the Birmingham site has six 32-inch Samsung LCD screens. Each screen uses an embedded PC for content playback using Scala software. The installations were done by Signature Digital Menus Ltd.
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