PHOTOS: Highlights from the IAAPA Attractions Expo Floor (Part 1)

This year's IAAPA Attractions Expo may be over, but the event certainly left a mark in the theme park industry thanks to the new ride systems that were unveiled throughout the four-day exposition. From all-terrain dark rides to spinning water slides, Guests can look forward to plenty of new, amazing attractions in the coming years. This afternoon we invite you to take a look around the Expo floor to see what you might have missed.


The IAAPA Attractions Expo takes place in the Orange County Convention Center:

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It's always exciting to see this sign:

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Let's take a look around the show floor:

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Premier Rides created roller coasters such as "Revenge of the Mummy" at Universal Studios Florida:

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Bolliger & Mabillard is the company behind many of Orlando's best roller coasters, including Mako, Kraken: Unleashed, Kumba, MantaThe Incredible Hulk Coaster, and the defunct Dragon Challenge:

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Intamin unveiled one of the ride systems that Guests will board when Infinity Falls opens at SeaWorld Orlando in 2018:

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Here it is (click on this link to learn more about this ride vehicle):

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Let's take a closed look at the ride vehicle:

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Mack (the company that built Cobra's Curse at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay and the new Slinky Dog Dash roller coaster at Disney's Hollywood Studios) unveiled the ride vehicle for Silver Dollar City's new roller coaster:

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Vekoma built coasters like the Tron coaster coming soon to the Magic Kingdom Park:

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Dynamic Attraction unveiled multiple, new ride systems, including the all-terrain dark ride:

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Here's a model showing the new ride system:

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The Flight Cycle is another great product:

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Triotech built the ride vehicles used in LEGOLAND's Ninjago ride (not pictured below):

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Sally built many of the dark rides we see in theme parks around the world:

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Of course, there were so many other major companies that were represented:

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Don't let the simple look of this booth fool you... This company built the rockwork of Pandora and many other themed areas!:

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