Tour System Tips

A tour guide system is a 1-way or 2-way audio system that consists of a headphone, microphone and transceiver (or transmitter/receiver) used to transfer live audio between participants. Tour systems have many applications including: factory tours, manufacturing floor walks/Gemba walks, safety inspections, and training of all kinds including onboarding and process improvement.

07 Sep: How to Train Employees During COVID

Plant-Tours.com has over 20 years of experience partnering with manufacturers to make sure that their employees and visitors communicate better in loud and large spaces like manufacturing facilities. The coronavirus pandemic created a challenge never seen before in this industry,…

10 Aug: What Is a Wireless Tour Guide System?

What is a Wireless Tour Guide System? A wireless tour guide system is a portable one-way or two-way headset communication system that provides crystal clear audio between presenters and tour groups. The need for audio transmission usually results from the…

16 Apr: Best Tour Headsets for Groups

Businesses organize factory tours for many reasons. It’s a great way to show customers, investors and internal stakeholders how products are manufactured and how processes work. Corporate headquarter presentations on lcd screens only go so far. Plant visits are where…

12 Feb: What to Look For When Buying a Tour Guide System

What’s the purpose of having a tour guide system at your facility?
There are many factors to consider when buying or renting a tour guide system. The purpose of the tour or training, noise conditions where the event will take place, distance needed between group members, personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements, number of people who will participate, budget and frequency of the tours and training are all very important factors to consider during the decision making process.