Disney Parks is partnering with companies to develop innovative safety software solutions based on Disney patented cutting-edge technology, that allows for safety monitoring and auditing of employees, contractors, and vehicle safety.
Disney’s focus on creating a safe guest-centric experience starts with ensuring safe behavior among employees and third-party operators. Mobile Check™ and Browz SiteCheck™, featuring Disney SyncLink® Technology, are mobile software developed for that purpose. By performing mobile-based assessments, metrics and analytics can be applied in real time to continually improve operations.
Mobile Check integrates safety and technical expertise into software, resulting in a top-of-the-line tool that tracks, assesses and manages rigorous safety policies and procedures in the field of employee safety. This system allows all levels of Cast Members to perform audits which will establish metrics and aggregate data useful for identifying trends in order to enhance our Cast and Guest safety experience. The data captured can then be used for metrics, analytics and accountability.
Infrastructure: Mobile Check is available for commercial use. For more information please contact our technology licensee: Learn More
Browz SiteCheck™ Browz now Avetta
Disney partnered with Browz to develop Browz SiteCheck featuring Disney SyncLink Technology. This application allows organizations to assess contractors and suppliers using mobile devices and sync information back to a centralized site. The ability to perform on-site, real-time audits allows organizations to ensure safety and best-practices among third-party companies.
Infrastructure: Browz SiteCheck, is available for commercial use. For more information please contact our technology licensee. Learn More
Automated Maintenance Verification System (AMVS)
AMVS uses patented technology to track the readiness of ride vehicles and assets during the entire attraction operation process. An integrated network of systems ensures that only ride vehicles and attractions that have been properly serviced are used during park operation. The system logs vehicle cycles, work orders, and other data in real time from guest access until it has been properly serviced.
Infrastructure: AMVS was developed by Disney and communicates with IBM® Maximo® as well as RFID technology in each ride vehicle to track vehicle usage and scheduled maintenance. Information is displayed through LightBoard, another Disney-developed web page tool, which shows the status of the overall ride system and daily checks related to the facility.