New tech could help shorten lines at theme parks

New tech could help shorten lines at theme parks

WFTV Chan­nel 9 Orlan­do anchor Jamie Holmes vis­it­ed the acces­so office in Lake Mary to speak with CEO Paul Noland and VP Peo­ple Mau­ra Schiefel­bein about acces­sos indus­try-lead­ing tech­nol­o­gy and focus on improv­ing the guest expe­ri­ence at theme parks and attractions. 

The seg­ment, which aired dur­ing the 5:30pm news on Decem­ber 11th, fea­tured the acces­so Prism band which allows guests to vir­tu­al queue for rides and pur­chase items through­out the park such as food and bev­er­ages. The acces­so Prism device also helps theme parks under­stand the flow of vis­i­tors through­out the park, enabling them to make pow­er­ful, data-dri­ven decisions.

We’re cre­at­ing, from begin­ning to end, a dig­i­tal guest jour­ney,” said CEO Paul Noland.

acces­so has quadru­pled its work­force in the past four years and cur­rent­ly employs over 220 soft­ware engi­neers in the Orlan­do area for the research and devel­op­ment of this inno­v­a­tive technology.

Watch the video clip linked above or on WFTV’s web­site here.