Theme parks are an incredibly busy environment with scores of people looking to experience the latest rides. Each ride cycles passengers through a busy circuit of queue lines, passenger entry, the ride, and passenger exit. Accountability of all passengers at each ride segment requires a dependable communications system that staff won’t think twice about.
How It Works
Many theme parks deploy a Network Operations Center (NOC) which houses much of their telecommunications equipment. In this diagram, NOC racks house a HelixNet HMS-4X main station and a redundant spare for each ride. The main station is connected to a local managed PoE switch, which in turn is connected to a PoE switch at the ride’s locale. HKB-2X wall plates, HKB-2X in S-Mounts, and HXII-BP beltpacks with headsets are all connected to the switch. Through the two switches, all staff are able to communicate with each other via the connected main station.