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PRODUCTS PERFORMANCE SUPPORT WATERPARK FOR INDIA


Arihant Industrial Corp is the largest Indian manufacturer of playgrounds, specialising in water slides and equipment for waterparks. It owns and manages its own Great Escape waterpark in Virar, India. In addition, it specialises in themed attrac- tions – the most sought after are Egyptian, jungle and pirates. These themes were incorporated into projects completed last year at Juku- Park in Turku, Finland, and Qatar’s fi rst waterpark, Aqua Park Doha.


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Powered by inSitu Solutions, an ap- plication developed by Quebec-based Kanvasys, a new iPhone app is to be released by Cleveland Metroparks Zoo in Ohio, US. Designed to ease naviga- tion and improve the zoo experience by providing detailed GPS-enabled maps, it will allow visitors to pinpoint their exact location and guide them around exhibits and animals. It also provides fun animal


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Enlightened has designed and installed a bespoke MILOS Quatro 290V truss- ing ground support system for a brand new performance space that has been created in a Grade 1 listed building on the Corsham Court campus of Bath Spa University, UK. The new space is called The Image Capture Studio and will be primarily used for postgraduate stud- ies, assorted productions and media related research. It includes a full image capture studio, green screen, projection facilities, a photographic studio set up and will also be used for performances.


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facts, points of interest, information about special events and the location of amenities such as gift stores. Over the summer, the zoo will make updates available, and plans to add customised tours, horticulture garden info, videos and zoo history. An Android version could be available by the end of the year. The application is scalable, fl ex- ible, easy to update and very adaptable.


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Playrite, manufacturers of artifi cial turf for the leisure industry, has unveiled a new outdoor play surfaces website: www. playsafeareas.co.uk. Originally launched more than two years ago, it has provided information on the increasingly popu- lar systems offering a varying critical fall height from 80-320cm. The site has now been redesigned to contain all up- to-date information a client will need.


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