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accesso releases industry guide on reimagining the guest journey in a COVID-19 world

Blooloop features editor Charlotte Coates recently shared that accesso has released a step-by-step e‑book to help theme park and attractions operators navigate the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. This difficult year for the industry has seen operators increasingly seeking new ways to provide a memorable guest experience and drive revenue, while keeping staff and guests safe.

Army tests wrist-worn Covid-19 tracking device

Reporter Sean O’Riordan of the Irish Examiner shared news of the Irish Denfence Forces’ successful trial of a new COVID-19 tracing system, utilizing technology from Cork software company Digisoft and UK-based accesso Technology Group.

Defence Forces use theme park technology to control virus

Ralph Riegel of Inde​pen​dent​.ie recently shared news of the Irish De­fence Forces utilizing a new COVID-19 trac­ing sys­tem, that is based on tech­nol­o­gy from Cork soft­ware com­pa­ny Digisoft and UK-based acces­so Tech­nol­o­gy Group.

Digisoft Adapts accesso® Theme Park Technology to Partner with Irish Defence Forces on Wearable COVID-19 Tracker

ProximityBand is a collaboration between Digisoft and accesso using proven wearable technology developed initially for amusement parks and re-adopted for COVID-19 mitigation purposes. It uses Bluetooth connectivity to identify, measure and track interactions between wearers in a GDPR compliant manner to a secure administrator information hub. The patented wristband also provides social distancing guidance via on-screen and vibration alerts in the workplace.