Posted Thursday, March 31, 2011 12:44 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Lo-Q has secured its fourth new park agreement in recent weeks, having won Movie Park Germany as its new customer. The provider of virtual queuing systems for theme parks will install its innovative, electronic VQ2020 queue management system at the park, which is a part of Parques Reunidos, Europe's second largest leisure park operator. The agreement brings the total number of Lo-Q installations at Parques Reunidos venues to three.
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What's the exact number of parks Lo-Q is available in now? I can't seem to find that info listed directly. I could probably dig around the info on the Lo-Q site and figure it out, but I don't really want to.
Also, this month marked the 10-year anniversary of Lo-Q debuting in the states at SFOG.
Boooooo! Hissssss! ;)
^^ Here you go. Looks like they have the bots in 15 parks, plus 3 that have the texting version.
Thanks. Why didn't I see that? I suck.
You probably didn't want to overthink the website. :)
I'm surprised the number is so low. I'd have guessed way higher than 15.
I'd have guessed closer to two dozen. I suppose 18 parks is close enough.
Sometimes I think in my mind I lump in all VQ systems to be synonymous with Lo-Q.
I'll be there in July and can't wait to try it out.
On another note regarding that park, they're getting "Van Helsing Factory", a Gerstlauer creation that will combine dark ride and coaster sections. A old dark ride building is where the ride is going and the ride model is the amazing Gerstlauer Bobsled.
The Gerstlauer Bobsled combine helixes, airtime hills, curving drops and hairpin turns in an amazing ride!
Van Helsing? Isn't it well known that that was a crappy, forgetable movie?
What's next? "The Happening" water ride?
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