Article | December 20, 2021

Lights, Camera, Action! UWB Is The Star Supporter In Le Premier Royaume

Source: Qorvo

With all the potential use cases for ultra-wideband (UWB) technology, it's not surprising that it's often found in the most unexpected places. Case-in-point: the Puy du Fou theme park in France. A recent article in blooloop outlines how UWB rescued its show "Le Premier Royaume" ("The First Kingdom"), a multi-sensory walkthrough experience set in fifth-century France, in which guests journey through the history and legend of the Frankish King Clovis.

According to the article, "During the experience, five hundred theater goers move through the sets, as eight actors execute perfectly timed entrances and exits. This is supported by lights, sound, and special effects." The show cycles for seven hours a day, using 14 different sets throughout roughly 24,000 square feet on two levels. The challenge for the show producers was to keep pace with the visitors moving through the spaces and timing the activation of the show's effects.

That's where UWB came in. Puy du Fou turned to Eliko's UWB RTLS system, which integrates Qorvo's UWB devices and can track hundreds of objects in real-time.

Here we explore why UWB technology is conducive for precision-dependent use cases.

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