EXO in Los Alerces National Park

Jan 4, 2021customers

Customized EXO Terminal for Los Alerces National Park


At the end of December 2020, EXO Soluciones Tecnológicas arrived at Los Alerces National Park.

In this instance EXO was present to install a T43 terminal designed according to the requirements of the National Parks Administration of our country.

This device is characterized by having two 43-inch touchscreen screens, curved structure and side graphics typical of the park's fauna. With a robust design and a predominant brown color, it is inspired by the ancient forests of Alerces that characterize this park declared World Heritage Site.


About Los Alerces National Park


Los Alerces National Park is located in the west of the province of Chubut. It has an area of 259,570 hectares belonging to the ecoregion of Patagonian Forests.

Decree Nº 105.433 of 1937 established the status of reserves for the subsequent creation of National Parks for different territories in Andean Patagonia. One of these territories was the Reserva de los Alerces.

In April 1945, through Decree Law Nº 9504, ratified by Law Nº 13.895, several reserves were declared National Park and among them, Los Alerces Reserve, which from that moment on, assumed the category of National Park.

On July 7, 2017, UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) declared 188,379 hectares of Los Alerces National Park a World Heritage Site, of which more than 7,000 hectares protect ancient forests of Alerces (Fitzroya cupressoides), with specimens that are 2,600 years old.