Theme parks could axe queues amid plans to let customers book timeslots to meet Covid-19 safety standards
Reporter Harriet Dennys for Financial Mail shared that future theme park visits may soon be missing a familiar element of the guest experience - long lines. Following the global impacts of COVID-19, venues will need a way to space queuing guests to allow for social distancing as well as additional time for cleaning ride vehicles. accesso's virtual queuing platform, QsmartSM, will allow visitors to digitally reserve a ride from their own smartphone.
'Any attraction that draws large crowds will need to open in a socially distant way,' says accesso CEO Steve Brown. 'We are the technology version of the hand sanitizer.'
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