Your amusement park can’t just look nice, it also has to make money.

An amusement park can be the best (or the worst) investment of your life. Everything depends on its profitability.
Are you sure you want to leave things to chance?

When designing an amusement park, there are plenty of things that cannot be left to chance. The size, the idea, the choice of suppliers, timing and safety, are all aspects that investors, designers and managers consider to be extremely important.

Something that is often forgotten is that all these basic aspects have a single, essential common objective: the profitability of the amusement park.

My work has taken me around the world for years, and I’ve seen that what is often missing is a scientific approach to flow management, in other words, how people move around the park to satisfy their need for fun.

I delved into this subject when, as co-advisor, I took part to the preparation of the degree thesis: “Analisi della rilevanza nei parchi di attrazioni mediante la teoria dei grafi” (Relevance analysis in amusement parks using graph theory).

Since then, I have analysed this aspect more and more until I was able to develop a software that dynamically verifies the design choices related to the flow of visitors inside the park.

Think about it for a second: what is the purpose of all the single activities that need to be put in place in order to develop an amusement park, if not to make sure that the park is a profitable investment?

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