Six Flags contractor unveils new wrist band

Six Flags contractor unveils new wrist band

Reporter San­dra Pedici­ni of the Orlan­do Sen­tinel reports that acces­so, a tech­nol­o­gy com­pa­ny with North Amer­i­can head­quar­ters in Lake Mary, on Tues­day unveiled a new elec­tron­ic wrist band that will be used at Six Flags and oth­er parks it works with.

It’s called Prism, and it’s sort of part Mag­icBand, part smart­phone. It will replace old­er tick­et­ing and queu­ing technology.

Prism would essen­tial­ly allow vis­i­tors to enter a theme park with­out need­ing their phones or wal­lets to ful­ly enjoy the day. Guests will have the entire park oper­a­tion on their wrist,” Chief Exec­u­tive Offi­cer Steve Brown said.

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