The secret behind our success - focus on innovation, technology and engineering.
Staying at the forefront of innovations in the active entertainment industry requires an in-house R&D team and high involvement from the entire top management team.
To date we have developed numerous intelligent solutions, which have reshaped the industry.
List of Innovations
Themed adventure area with our advanced scoring system, using fun walls for vertical and rope-course elements for horizontal challenges. Users get points by playing in the adventure zone in real life and then transferring their scores (into the virtual world) to an online platform. To give you a better idea - the closest comparison would be a real-live Super Mario game.
Special Belay line
The Walltopia Belay line provides safe and smooth transition between auto-belay climbing devices (vertical) and rope-course elements (horizontal safety system). The special belay line is a main component of the Adventure Game Zone.
Fun Walls Scoring System
A mobile app and wall sensor system that combines the pleasure of climbing and adventure with online games. Climbers wear RFID bracelets to get points from their climbing challenges and then pass them on to an online global and regional ranking system.
A new adventure product combining the thrill of free flying and hang gliding in a safe and accessible environment.
Ropetopia Belay System
This safety system splitter increases customer traffic by allowing them to move in multiple directions on the same rope-course level. The control device could also allow operators to charge different prices for the various levels of the course.
The climbing wall that resembles and feels exactly like a real rock. Cast from natural rock formations it resembles three rock types - granite, limestone and sandstone.
High impact absorbing flooring minimizes the risk of severe injuries or death in the event of falls from 4 m to 17m height. The innovative structure of OML protects climbers by decreasing the deceleration and absorbing the impact energy when falling from up to 17m height.