The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an extensive law that went into effect in the European Union as of May 25, 2018. It is a replacement for the Data Protection Directive which set minimum standards for data processing, with updated and additional laws surrounding the protection of consumers’ personal data. Taking a “consumer-first” approach, the new laws give individuals more rights and control over their own data. It impacts any business, whether a part of the EU or not, that handles EU citizens’ personal information. At a high level, the laws require businesses to be transparent about what data they are collecting from their customers and how they plan to use it, as well as ensuring accuracy of this information moving forward.
Real-Time Location System (RTLS) has arrived, allowing our karting clients to track customer race times and scores in more advanced ways than they ever could before.
RTLS refers to systems that identify and track the location of objects or people in real time, usually inside a building or other contained space. This technology has many applications including hospitals and health systems, manufacturing and retail, but organizations in other industries are getting creative and taking advantage of this technology to improve the experience for their customers.
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The Evolving Trampoline Park: From Legacy to the Cloud
Trampolines bring a joyful sense of nostalgia for many people, transporting us back to our carefree childhood and summer afternoons spent out in the backyard. Today, trampolining has expanded into a billion-dollar commercial industry with over 700 park locations around the world, a number that is only continuing to increase. As the industry grows, so do customer expectations when they visit your trampoline park, and advancements in data technology are allowing park owners to operate their business and offer experiences to their guests like never before.