Innovative software meets custom-fit hardware
The young Berlin-based company The NATS GmbH has set itself the task of providing museums and providers of attractions of various kinds with an innovative tool that on the one hand improves capacity utilisation and effectively controls visitor flows and on the other hand provides a special user experience for customers from start to finish.
attractix is a platform-independent software solution that can be individually adapted to any attraction requiring tickets. The structure of attractix is modular and includes an online shop for tickets with automated dynamic pricing, vouchers, merchandise items or any other products, ticket cash registers, and access controls.
With the help of their smartphone, visitors can easily, quickly and conveniently select and purchase the required number of tickets in real time with just a few clicks.
Tickets at sought-after opening times are offered more expensively, if necessary, through dynamic pricing and direct flexible customers to cheaper time slots.
In this specific case, the software solution from attractix was adapted to the wishes of the German Spy Museum. Visitors should present their ticket on their mobile device. A scanner checks the access code and releases the entrance. For this purpose, the scanner requires appropriate hardware, i.e. a precisely fitting enclosure.
This is where Ferrum Lasercut GmbH comes into play. In close coordination with attractix and the museum, the specialists at Ferrum developed an appealing housing that integrates harmoniously with the local conditions in terms of design and construction and at the same time is durable, stable and vandalism-proof.
The stand scanner housing was made of corrosion-resistant, hygienic stainless steel that was laser-cut, edged and welded.
Resume for visitors
So for visitors, it’s a case of: take out your mobile phone, generate your ticket code, scan it and enter.
Then, in this case, it’s: Welcome to the world of espionage.
- Client: The NATS GmbH, Mrs Julia Kuntz-Stietzel
- Metalwork: Ferrum Lasercut
- Realised in: 2021
- Materials: Stainless steel, laser cut, edged, welded
- Pictures: attractix
- Links: www.attractix.de, www.deutsches-spionagemuseum.de