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Has RFID Been Used to Track Children in an Entertainment Park Environment?
Can you provide some great examples of the technology being utilized for this purpose?
"Great" is a subjective word, so I will let you be the judge of whether or not they are great, but here are some examples of amusement parks employing radio frequency identification to allow parents to find their children:
• Lost and Found in Legoland
• Harvard Museum, Remy Martin and Tulip Theme Park Adopt Lab
• RFID Helps Texas Theme Park Cater to Special-Needs Guests
• Illinois Water Resort Becomes RFID-Activated
• RFID Makes a Splash at Water Park
And here are some other articles that might be of interest:
• Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights Becomes More Interactive Via RFID
• Hersheypark Uses RFID System to Let Visitors Pay Without Wallet
• Dorney Park Visitors Go Cashless, Thanks to Kiosks that Dispense RFID Wristbands
• For Fleye, Capturing Action Videos Is No Obstacle
• Bluetooth Beacons Bring Services, Info to SeaWorld, LA Zoo Visitors
• Great Wolf Lodge Combines Storytelling With RFID
I hope these help your RFID efforts.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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