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Accesso’s Steve Brown reveals Prism
09 Jun 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Prism collects data on guest behaviour in real time, which can be used to improve the guest expierence
There was an important starting point for Prism, says Steve Brown, Accesso CEO. Its predecessor, Qbot, was released back in 2007. How would they create a product that was relevant for 2017, an entire decade later?

“We realised we had a little bit of catching up to do in terms of our hardware, but we also realised some basic consumer factors to keep in mind,” Brown says.

“Nobody wants to wait in line. No one wants to worry about wallets or deal with cash in their pocket. We want easy access, without keys or complicated codes. And we live in a real-time society.”

Accesso took its observations along with its clients’ needs and developed Prism, a touchscreen wearable with messaging, park photography and virtual queuing capabilities.

“This is truly the new standard in smart-park technology. It’s a standalone device. It has extended battery life of up to 200 days. The device is brandable. It has a Gorilla Gl Glass lens – it’s not going to break. And it works with NFC, Bluetooth or RFID.”

Guests simply swipe the touchscreen to take a place in a virtual queue, buy food from a kiosk, receive updates or promotional offers from the operator and manage their ride and park photography. Prism collects data on guest behaviour in real time, which can be used for marketing strategies and to gather feedback to improve guest experience.
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Accesso’s Steve Brown reveals Prism
09 Jun 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Prism collects data on guest behaviour in real time, which can be used to improve the guest expierence
There was an important starting point for Prism, says Steve Brown, Accesso CEO. Its predecessor, Qbot, was released back in 2007. How would they create a product that was relevant for 2017, an entire decade later?

“We realised we had a little bit of catching up to do in terms of our hardware, but we also realised some basic consumer factors to keep in mind,” Brown says.

“Nobody wants to wait in line. No one wants to worry about wallets or deal with cash in their pocket. We want easy access, without keys or complicated codes. And we live in a real-time society.”

Accesso took its observations along with its clients’ needs and developed Prism, a touchscreen wearable with messaging, park photography and virtual queuing capabilities.

“This is truly the new standard in smart-park technology. It’s a standalone device. It has extended battery life of up to 200 days. The device is brandable. It has a Gorilla Gl Glass lens – it’s not going to break. And it works with NFC, Bluetooth or RFID.”

Guests simply swipe the touchscreen to take a place in a virtual queue, buy food from a kiosk, receive updates or promotional offers from the operator and manage their ride and park photography. Prism collects data on guest behaviour in real time, which can be used for marketing strategies and to gather feedback to improve guest experience.
MORE PRODUCTS
Sonic the Hedgehog turns 26
To celebrate Sonic the Hedgehog’s 26th birthday Sega has launched Sonic Baby Air Hockey, a classic air hockey game reimagined for younger children.
Triotech partners with AMC for Fear the Walking Dead Survival
Triotech has partnered with American broadcasting company AMC to create a new attraction at the Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas.
Picsolve announces collaboration with Merlin Entertainment
Picsolve has collaborated with Merlin Entertainment on its newest attraction, Little Big City, Berlin.
Consumer Expectations: The Driving Force Behind Digital in Leisure
The UK's leisure sector is poised for a year of heightened activity as the weakness of the pound and the uncertainty of Brexit prompts Britons to spend more time and money on UK shores.
MORE PRODUCTS >
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Forestry Commission
Salary: £29,401 - £32,486
Location: Wendover, United Kingdom
Exhibitions Manager
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Salary: £20,000 per year
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Programmes and Events National Manager
The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
Salary: £22,680 to £28,350 pa
Location: Slimbridge, United Kingdom
Creative Media Assistant
Merlin Entertainments Group
Salary: Competitive
Location: London, United Kingdom
Technical Manager
The Dungeons
Salary: Competitive
Location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Head of PR and Media Relations
Alton Towers Theme Park
Salary: Competitive
Location: Staffordshire, United Kingdom



 
 
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09 Jun 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Prism collects data on guest behaviour in real time, which can be used to improve the guest expierence
There was an important starting point for Prism, says Steve Brown, Accesso CEO. Its predecessor, Qbot, was released back in 2007. How would they create a product that was relevant for 2017, an entire decade later?

“We realised we had a little bit of catching up to do in terms of our hardware, but we also realised some basic consumer factors to keep in mind,” Brown says.

“Nobody wants to wait in line. No one wants to worry about wallets or deal with cash in their pocket. We want easy access, without keys or complicated codes. And we live in a real-time society.”

Accesso took its observations along with its clients’ needs and developed Prism, a touchscreen wearable with messaging, park photography and virtual queuing capabilities.

“This is truly the new standard in smart-park technology. It’s a standalone device. It has extended battery life of up to 200 days. The device is brandable. It has a Gorilla Gl Glass lens – it’s not going to break. And it works with NFC, Bluetooth or RFID.”

Guests simply swipe the touchscreen to take a place in a virtual queue, buy food from a kiosk, receive updates or promotional offers from the operator and manage their ride and park photography. Prism collects data on guest behaviour in real time, which can be used for marketing strategies and to gather feedback to improve guest experience.
 


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