RSF will provide 200 Optima6 audio guides for the new Flemish Parliament Visitor Centre in Brussels. They will be used in parallel with a visitor’s management system allowing for detection and transmission of the visitor’s identity at interactive kiosks (via IP) throughout the visit route to provide a personalised visitor experience.
The Optima6 has been the leading interactive audioguide solution for over 15 years and is present in hundreds of sites all over the world. It has recently won the Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement through the ‘Meet Vincent Van Gogh’ exhibition – An immersive touring museum exhibit.
A new interactive visitor centre is planned in the former exhibition space De Loketten in the Flemish parliament building in central Brussels. The centre is scheduled to open in 2018. The centre, which is meant to attract schoolchildren, associations and individuals, including tourists, aims to provide a sense of citizenship and democratic values, while offering a worthwhile visitor experience. It will be built around four modules: the parliament as the core of democracy, parliamentarianism and the rule of law, the evolution of the Flemish region and civic activism.