Posted Tuesday, April 27, 2004 8:16 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Legoland announced yesterday the successful deployment of a full-scale child-tracking application within Legoland Denmark, one of Europe's largest amusement parks. Through this system, visitors to the park can now utilize the power of the world's largest Wi-Fi location network to keep track of their children during their visit.
Read the press release from PR Newswire.
If they become separated, parents simply send a text message (SMS) from their mobile phone, and receive an automated response telling them the accurate location of their
Does this mean your own cell phone or do the parents receive a phone when they rent the wrist band? I also wonder how much it is to rent one? If it is too much I can see parents skipping out on renting one for their children.
...Legoland Denmark, one of Europe's largest amusement parks.
Is it really that big? There are quite a few large parks in Europe and from the map, Legoland doesn't look very big. Is anyone familiar with this park?
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