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15 November 2017

7thSense Opens Orlando Office

Sussex — 15 November 2017 — 7thSense Design, international developers of award-winning media serving technologies for media-based attractions and theme parks, continues to expand its activities in North America with particular focus on a growing customer base in Florida and the surrounding region.

Since 2004, the company has established key offices in Sussex, England and Michigan, USA, and has now opened a new office in Orlando, Florida. The new 7thSense Orlando office allows customer relations and technical development teams to provide an additional dedicated support function for valued customers in the region.

Eric Lehman, business development manager at 7thSense explains, “7thSense is committed to constant innovation and superior service to help bring customer’s creative visions to life. By having a location that’s close to the heart of many of our installation sites, we’re able further align ourselves on client projects and provide an even more responsive level of support for users of Delta and the 7thSense media server range.”

7thSense has been increasingly involved on world-class theme park and attraction projects worldwide and has recently been shortlisted as finalist for its Proton media server in the category of Leisure Venue Technology of the Year by the 2018 inAVation awards. In recent months, 7thSense has also been named as key supplier Dubai Parks and Resorts – the Middle East’s largest theme park destination – for supplying media serving technologies that drive a total of sixteen rides and attractions across two parks under the wider destination which includes MOTIONGATE™ Dubai and Bollywood Parks™ Dubai.

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