RFID wristbands made a splash at Denver water park

 
Sept. 25, 2012

Precision Dynamics Corp. announced today the successful installation of its PDC Smart RFID Wristband Kiosk used for self-service locker rentals at the Hyland Hills Water World in Denver, Colo.

To use the kiosk, guests read instructions on the touchscreen monitor to select the desired size of locker and inserted their payment into the machine. The kiosk then programmed and dispensed a waterproof, RFID-enabled Smart Band wristband that allowed guests access to their assigned locker by presenting their wristband to the RFID reader located on each locker, according to the press release.

The PDC Smart RFID Wristband Kiosk, when used with PDC Smart Band Wristbands, can be programmed to perform a variety of other functions, such as self-service ticketing; fast-pass upgrades; locker and tube rentals; cashless POS for food, beverage and retail sales; keyless hotel room entry; social media integration; electronic access control; photo management systems; and customer loyalty programs, the announcement said.

"We've been sold on the concept for a while, but we wanted to see first-hand our customers' reaction to the Smart Kiosk," said Bob Owens, the park's manager. "Since the pilot was so successful at moving guests into the park quickly, we're looking into adding more convenient functions to the kiosk for our next season."

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Topics: Manufacturers , Multifunction Kiosks , RFID Technology


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