Theme parks could axe queues amid plans to let customers book timeslots to meet Covid-19 safety standards

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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