Leisure parks are an increasingly popular form of entertainment and recreation, attracting millions of visitors each year. To meet the ever-evolving needs and expectations of their guests, leisure park operators are turning to technology to enhance their offerings and improve the overall visitor experience.
One solution that is gaining popularity is the use of gamification in leisure parks. Gamification refers to the integration of game-like elements, such as points, leaderboards, and rewards, into non-game experiences to make them more engaging and entertaining. In the context of leisure parks, gamification can be used to add a layer of excitement and interactivity to attractions, rides, and other experiences.
To develop effective leisure park solutions that incorporate gamification, many operators are investing in research and development (R&D). Through R&D, they are exploring new technologies and innovations that can be used to enhance the visitor experience and create more immersive and interactive attractions.
The benefits of gamifying leisure parks are numerous. By adding elements of competition, challenge, and reward to attractions, visitors are more likely to engage with the experiences and have a more enjoyable time. This can help increase repeat visits and word-of-mouth referrals, ultimately driving more business for the park.
In addition, gamification can help improve the operational efficiency of a park by providing valuable insights into guest behavior and preferences. This information can be used to optimize attractions and experiences, reduce wait times, and enhance visitor safety.
Overall, the use of R&D and gamification in leisure parks is proving to be a winning combination, delivering valuable benefits to both park operators and visitors. By investing in these solutions, leisure park operators can remain competitive, improve the visitor experience, and continue to drive growth and success in the highly competitive leisure and entertainment industry.
Self service kiosks
A self-service kiosk is an interactive terminal that facilitates operations or displays information and automates, eliminates or streamlines waiting or costs, giving customers control to complete tasks on their own terms.
Entertainment - Leisure centers, gyms and amusement parks use self-service technology for check-in and payment processes for anything that requires payment per session. Ticketing kiosks provide quick access to all these services. The services provided by these self-service terminals eliminate the need for attendants in all these areas.
- Saving resources
- Serving more customers
- Greater profits
- Faster service
- Greater customer satisfaction
Gamification involves incorporating certain game mechanisms into processes that are not necessarily meant to be fun. Introducing them makes the process more attractive, leads to a more effective business model, new innovative solutions and greater user involvement with low cost.
Benefits of using gamification in business:
- Better compliance with rules
- Better learning
- Faster deployment to work
- Better motivation, etc.
RFID based games
If you want to equip game elements, such as figurines and cards, with additional digital functions, or you want to combine computer game functions with real-world objects, RFID and NFC technology is the bridge between physical and digital games. From soft toys with "chips in their ears" to smart, high-tech playing cards to secure gaming chips
ablet cases used as entertainment kiosks can enrich many industries. Touchscreen kiosks provide an interactive experience at every stage of the user journey . Retail kiosks can display digital catalogs for instant POS self-service payments , wayfinding kiosks can provide useful and interesting information to engage customers , and freestanding kiosks are ideal for encouraging customers to join loyalty programs, increasing customer retention.
Ultimately, entertainment kiosks increase engagement, increase revenue and offer a phenomenal user experience, resulting in positive customer satisfaction and more sales.
- Enables customers to place orders from the screen
- Offers customers a more comprehensive selection of products and services
- Promotes customer engagement
- Provides in-store entertainment
- Streamlines the ordering process
Augmented reality solutions
Augmented reality can be useful not only in education, industry and logistics, but also in medical procedures. Surgeons and doctors can easily use this technology when preparing for surgery or when examining patients.
More than that augmented reality serves as an immersive library of information that can display any data or multimedia on your camera when activated by some shape, code or other triggers
innovative teaching aid . This type of software helps young students see what they can read about - shapes, numbers, letters and even more complex objects such as planets, animals, types of land objects or the sky (clouds, stars)
marketing opportunities for visually engaging advertisements or campaigns, using 3D models that can be animated
Augmented reality has also been introduced into the e-commerce sector , where 3D renderings of products - furniture or clothing - can be placed on the user or inside buildings.
- Creates unique customer experiences. The biggest advantage of Augmented Reality is that it creates unique digital experiences that blend the best of digital and physical worlds.
- It eliminates cognitive overload.
- Heightens user engagement.
- Competitive differentiation
Ready-to-use, high-precision sensor solutions that enable simple and effortless user interaction with all types of smart devices
This involves transforming several complex technical processes into one simple solution. To achieve this, different sensors complement each other to acquire and process situational data . This contextual awareness allows things to eventually detect and understand their surroundings and respond to human gestures and voice commands like never before. On the one hand, this paves the way for a more natural experience for users, and on the other, for more efficient processes for the industry. In the future, Infineon will not just be a single supplier of sensor chips, but also a solution provider. Thinking about solutions and systems, we combine sensors, power, controller and connectivity together with dedicated software.
Benefits of sensors:
- Speeding up processes and improving accuracy.
- Real-time collection of process and asset data.
- Accurate, reliable and continuous monitoring of processes and assets.
- Increased productivity and lower total cost of ownership.
- Lower energy losses