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Connect&GO launches MPX immersive and interactive wristband

New device is designed to transform the guest experience

Connect&GO MPX

Connect&GO, a leader in guest experience engineering and wearable RFID technology for events and attractions, has announced the launch of MPX, an immersive and interactive wristband for attractions.

MPX is available in several formats, including a medallion and a wristband. The Bluetooth-controlled device is designed to transform the guest experience and features vibration and LED lights. It also has a two-day battery life and is water-resistant.

Creating a memorable experience

This latest innovation from Connect&GO will help to create a memorable experience for guests, as well as streamlining operations.

MPX is available for rental or sale, and parks can offer the solution to all guests as a premium experience. It provides a rechargeable, accessible and sustainable way for operators to generate income while enhancing the visitor experience.

The technology enables attractions to provide contactless access, offer safe cashless transactions and send push notifications in real-time. MPX connects the visitor’s unique digital identity to an intelligent ecosystem through Connect&GO’s virtual wallet.

Furthermore, the MPX can even synchronize the music and the vibration of the wristband, or signal the presence of an object during a scavenger hunt.

“ Imagine an electric music festival where all participants see their wristband light up and
vibrate to the sound of music ” says Anthony Palermo, co-founder of Connect&GO.

Capacity management and more

In addition to this, the product collects and analyses visitor data, meaning operators can gain insights into which attractions are the most popular and what type of visitor is attracted to different activities. This can then help them to make informed operational and marketing decisions.

MPX can also be integrated with an applications mobile app, meaning that it can send personalised messages based on geolocation. For example, when a visitor passes a cafe, it can trigger a targeted promotion for that venue.

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Charlotte Coates is blooloop's Editor. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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