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Listen goes on tour alone

Listen goes on tour alone

Listen goes on tour alone

The Listen Audio Guide System is intended for self-guided tours

Following its recent acquisition of AudioConexus, with included its GPS commentary and tour guide products, Listen Technologies has now been able develop the Listen Audio Guide System. In contrast to its ListenTalk tour guide system, the new solution is intended for self-guided tours. Tour operators can customise audio content and upload it on the wireless devices that tourists carry in their hands or pockets. Users select their preferred language and listen through the unit’s built-in speaker or with headphones. Infrared technology in the unit triggers location-specific audio content to play at the right time and place so users hear relevant and engaging stories about the sights they visit.

“Listen Technologies’ tour solutions make it easy and affordable for tour operators to provide engaging, accessible and educational audible tour narration that resonates with visitors,” said Jonathan Stanley, chief experience officer and president of Listen Technologies. “That’s good for visitors and for points of interest and entertainment venue operators looking to grow their audience base and earn positive visitor reviews.”

Tour operators can include up to 32 different languages or topics, that can be made to align with 950 points of interest. Ergonomically designed, push-button units for visitors are said to offer a “long-life” power source that removes the need to change out units during the day, instead charging overnight in a storage case.



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