Lo-Q, the company that supplies “virtual queue” management systems for the amusement and water park industries, announced that LEGOLAND Deutschland has signed a three year contract for a Q-bot electronic queue management system.
LEGOLAND Deutschland is part of Merlin Entertainments Group, the world's second largest visitor attraction operator. The three year contract owes much to the success of Lo-Q's existing system at two other Merlin parks, LEGOLAND Windsor in the UK and Heide Park in Germany. The Q-bot is a hand-held device which allows visitors to reserve their time on a ride without having to physically stand in the queue. The system will be installed in time for the park's opening on the 30th March 2012.
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