Theme parks have been using information technology for several years to improve the overall experience of their visitors. Here are some examples of how information technology is used in theme parks:
- Ticketing and Access Control Systems: Theme parks use ticketing and access control systems to manage visitor flow and prevent overcrowding. These systems also enable visitors to purchase tickets online and in advance, reducing wait times at the entrance.
- Mobile Applications: Many theme parks have their own mobile applications that provide visitors with information about the park, including ride wait times, show schedules, park maps, and food and drink options. Some mobile applications also offer virtual queueing, allowing visitors to reserve their place in line for popular rides without having to physically stand in the queue.