Triotech, the creator of interactive, digital experiences for attractions is celebrating its 45th installation in the Middle East. It is also exhibiting at DEAL, the Dubai Entertainment Amusement & Leisure Show in Dubai at Booth Z2-D07, April 9 to 11.
The Montreal, Canada based company specialises in creating immersive, digital attractions. With over 320 installations in 50 countries, Triotech’s most successful product is the XD Dark Ride interactive theatre. This has been has been installed in a number of FECs (family entertainment centers), and malls across the Middle east. The firm has clients across the region, including in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Kuwait.
Gabi Salabi is the Chief Commercial Officer of Triotech. He said, “We are very proud to have shared the success with our trusted partners in the region. These include Al Othaim Leisure and Tourism, Majid Al Futtaim Leisure & Entertainment, Al Hokair Group, Al Mogren Group, DXB Entertainments, Landmark Leisure, and many more. Our customers’ confidence is a compliment and recognition of our ability to deliver amazing attractions”.
DEAL – the biggest amusement show in the region
Triotech will be present at DEAL with its distributor in the region, Amusement Services International (ASI).
DEAL is being held at the city’s Dubai World Trade Center. The DEAL show is the biggest and longest running trade show for the amusement industry in the Middle East and Africa region.
Triotech, established in 1999, creates award winning immersive and interactive media-based attractions. More than 110 million guests have experienced a Triotech ride. It provides integrated turnkey solutions for digital attractions. In addition, it develops content in its own studio in Montreal, Canada.
A recent Triotech attraction in the news was a VR (virtual reality) concept featuring licensed properties from gaming giant Ubisoft. Further notable attractions include Fear the Walking Dead Survival at The Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas and The Flyer in San Fransisco. The latter is the world’s first 3D flying theatre.