Connect&GO, specialists in engineering guest experiences with wearable RFID technology for the attractions industry worldwide, has announced seven attractions across the globe have deployed its virtual wallet.

Within just a few months, several million users are now experiencing Connect&GO’s virtual wallet technology known as Konnect.

One attraction using the technology is Fabrikus World, the largest fixed fairground in France. The 17.3-acre park delegated its digital transformation to the European subsidiary of Connect&GO, which introduced an online ticketing platform and cashless payments to the digital conversion of the park.

Another attraction to implement Konnect is Interzip Rogers. Crossing the Ottawa River between Ontario and Quebec, Interzip Rogers is the world’s first interprovincial zipline.

The Konnect platform is also present at Mega Parc des Galleries de la Capitale, one of the largest family parks in Canada, which has introduced omnichannel ticketing, smart wristbands and more.

Other sites to have recently deployed the technology include the Nerf Challenge in Dallas and Granby Zoo. The virtual wallet technology is also being made available at Baie de Beauport, the beach in Quebec City at Domaine du Radar, and at Intencité, the largest recreational complex in Canada.

Dominic Gagnon, president of Connect&GO, commented: “After a challenging year with COVID-19, we are very happy to see the enthusiasm for our technology and expect very rapid growth over the next year.”