Lo-Q, provider of virtual queuing systems for theme parks, water parks and major attractions, has been awarded an International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) Brass Ring Award for the Q-band, the Company’s revolutionary water park product.
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Lo-Q Founding Director Leonard Sim (right) said, “It’s really nice to be recognised as a technical innovator; it’s what we founded the company on.”
The award is for Best New Product in the Revenue & Admission Control / Wristband / RFID Technology category based on the benefit of the product or service to the prospective buyer, the originality or uniqueness, and the quality of the products or services together with the design and construction.
Commenting on the award, Tom Burnet, Lo-Q’s CEO said, “We are immensely proud to receive this prestigious award from one of the most established organisations in the attractions industry. Our dedication to innovation & technology has helped us become the leading provider of virtual queuing systems for the amusement industry around the world and we are proud to be acknowledged for our efforts. This important industry endorsement not only recognises the quality of our technology, but highlights the fact that, despite only launching earlier this year, Q-band is already making waves in the industry.”