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Lo-Q wins contract to install queuing system at Turkey theme park

Lo-Q has signed a deal to provide its queuing technology to Vialand, a theme park, exhibition centre and shopping centre in Turkey.

Lo-Q has signed a deal to provide its queuing technology to Vialand, a theme park, exhibition centre and shopping centre in Turkey.

The company scored the contract with Grsoy & Via Development and Management Coto to bring Q-bot, an electronic queue management system, and Q-smart, a smartphone-based queuing solution, to Vialand.

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Under the agreement, Lo-Q's patented virtual queuing technology will be installed at the new theme park for a period of two years with the option to extend for a further two.

"I am delighted Grsoy & Via Development and Management Co sought to install both our Q-bot and Q-smart solutions at Turkey's first mega theme park," said Lo-Q Chief Executive Officer, Tom Burnet.

"This is a particularly exciting deal for Lo-Q not only because it is our first installation in Turkey, but also because Vialand marks the second customer win for our newest technology solution, Q-smart. Adding Vialand to our park portfolio adds to our already strong presence in the European theme park arena."

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