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Bioparc de la Gaspésie Gives Visitors Programming that Changes through the Year
The Bioparc is using MySmartJourney technology to facilitate its “Sly as a fox” interactive feature. It starts with signs bearing QR codes and NFC tokens at strategic places in the park. But Bioparc also hosts temporary events and experiences seasonal changes that alter its operations.
The park needed a solution that would make it easy to change its digital content.
Musée Maritime du Québec Podcasts its Riverside Experience
Musée Maritime du Québec wanted to make its visitor experience even better. They chose to create a park along the St. Lawrence River, inaugurating it in June of 2022 with 11 interpretive stations and, at 5 of them, enriched content through MySmartJourney technology.
Musée Maritime du Québec Now Offers Paid, Code-Access Content
In June 2022, Musée Maritime du Québec opened a riverside park for visitors to enjoy the ships in a new way, with 11 interpretive stations covering the St. Lawrence River, maritime navigation, and the sailors of L’Islet.
5 of these stations contain paid digital content through the MySmartJourney platform.
Tourisme Rivière-du-Loup Switches from Mobile App to Web App
Tourisme Rivière-du-Loup had been using an in-house mobile application but were experiencing difficulties updating and maintaining it. When they found out about MySmartJourney, they tested a combination of the mobile and web apps.
Le Mans Introduces an Interactive Walking Tour
With the 24 Hours of Le Mans reaching its 100th anniversary, the city decided to create a fun walking tour to highlight its motorsport past. They also wanted to revitalize the Station District and major tourist artery.
The event is not to be missed by motor racing fans but also one of legend and symbolic value for the Sarthe region. The 24 Hours of Le Mans attracts some 260,000 visitors every year in the month of June.
Musée Maritime du Québec Gives Thought to People Waiting in Line
Musée Maritime du Québec hosted a highly popular event called the “Ghost Ship” at the end of October until 2019. It was so well-attended that people sometimes endured long line-ups to get in. So the museum responded with an idea to keep them entertained while they waited.
Tourisme Rivière-du-Loup Invites You on a Walk Around Town
Tourisme Rivière-du-Loup wanted tourists and locals to be able to hear the story of their town as they walked through it. Their first step was to try a prototype version of the MySmartJourney web application to see if they could bring their ideas to life.
Digital Technology Gets the Word Out for Virées gourmandes de la Montérégie
For 2 years, the SME support agency Expansion PME has been offering exclusive food boxes in a program called Virées gourmandes de la Montérégie. It’s a way to connect agricultural producers in the Montérégie with a customer base that could not travel during the pandemic. They wanted to offer a more complete customer experience and looked for a tool that would create a personal touch.
The Bioparc Experience Starts While You’re Still in Line!
Bioparc de la Gaspésie is a wildlife park that is home to almost 40 animal species over a large area. The Bioparc wanted to get the fun started for visitors as soon as they arrive, so they came up with the idea of an interactive journey called The sly as a fox game!
The Montérégie Region and Garde-Manger du Québec Promote Producers
Since 2022, the Montérégie and Garde-Manger du Québec have been sending out boxes of regional products with QR codes attached leading to promotional material about the producers. Building on their success, Garde-Manger du Québec decided to relaunch its mini-tours, with a digital twist.