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.
Reporter Breda Graham of EchoLIVE.ie recently shared news that Cork software technology firm, Digisoft, has teamed up with accesso to provide the Irish Defence Forces with a wearable device to manage Covid-19 safety protocols among its troops.
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.
Ralph Riegel of Independent.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.