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Another Theme Park Employs RFID Wristband System
Fort Lauderdale's new theme park Wannado City has rolled out a wristband tracking system using RFID.
Sep 14, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
September 14, 2004—Fort Lauderdale's new theme park Wannado City has rolled out a wristband tracking system using RFID. The system, which is rapidly gaining momentum as a feature in theme parks around the world, provides RFID-tagged wristbands to theme park entrants. With dozens of RFID readers placed around the park that detect all wristbands within range, each individual's location can be ascertained at any time. The goal is to prevent parents from losing track of errant children. The wristbands were provided by RFID leader Texas Instruments. Other theme parks using similar systems include Denmark's LegoLand, California's Great America, and Wet 'n Wild in Las Vegas.
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