As we saw in the first two blogs in our series on the reopening of leisure experiences, bringing back a sense of normalcy to the leisure sector requires an initial focus on safe, secure operations..
In the first blog in this series, we explained how innovative technology can help leisure operators reopen and run their facilities safely as lockdown begins to ease. Now, with restrictions easing.
As the global pandemic shows signs of easing, theme parks and other leisure facilities around the world are beginning to reopen, although on a limited scale. However, this doesn’t mean that it’s time.
Blending of Physical Environments and Digital Interfaces Will Drive Powerful Experiences for Casinos and Gaming
There’s been much said about how offices might look as the world’s reopening and efforts to achieve a “new normal” march forward, and it’s a certainty that technology will play a critical role in.
International Spy Museum Wows, Earns Electrosonic Integration Awards Win for Museum Project of the Year
Electrosonic is no stranger to recognition for spectacular museum projects. In fact, in 2019, the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre took home the Best Museum Project of the Year award from the.
There’s no other way to say it – the $3.4 billion MGM COTAI resort in Macau, China is likely the most awe-inspiring and innovative integrated experience the world has ever known. It features the.
It’s not enough to simply throw technology and audiovisual solutions at your operation and expect efficiency to result. Effective managed services promote uptime, help teams collaborate more.
With some of the world’s biggest companies – including Amazon, Microsoft, Google and many others – extending work-from-home policies or contemplating a permanent shift to remote work, one key.
We’ve highlighted how the digital workplace will likely be forever altered in the wake of the spread of the novel coronavirus and the ensuing COVID-19 pandemic. It’s clear that this period of.
We’ve examined the ways technology, particularly artificial intelligence and augmented and extended reality, might play key parts in the world’s collective march toward reopening and what’s likely to.