Internet Of Things


Hot 25 Startups 2020: Coast Autonomous
Hot 25 Startups 2020: Coast Autonomous
By PhocusWire | November 18, 2019
Coast Autonomous is bringing low-speed driverless shuttle vehicles to different campuses, cities and airports around the world. Read More
Interview | Startups
The Phocuswright Conference 2019 preview - A future not fully understood
The Phocuswright Conference 2019 preview - A future not fully understood
By PhocusWire | November 8, 2019
Will the brands that dominate now still be there in a future still yet to be fully defined? Yes and no. That's why the next era for the digital travel economy promises to be such a thrilling ride... Read More
News | Technology
When it comes to LiDAR and the opportunities in travel, Elon Musk is wrong
When it comes to LiDAR and the opportunities in travel, Elon Musk is wrong
By Sam Kamel - iinside  | October 9, 2019
Rather than dramatically ringing the death knell for LiDAR, Musk's comments earlier this year merely underscore the fact that LiDAR has an awareness issue, no pun intended. Read More
Opinion | Technology
VIDEO: IBM on airlines needing to maximize how they use data
VIDEO: IBM on airlines needing to maximize how they use data
By Kevin May | September 25, 2019
Airlines are sitting on mountains of data, but they - as passenger requirements and technology improve - are perhaps not getting the most out of it. Read More
News | Technology
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Destination marketing, part 3: On the road to smart, "real-time" tourism
By Mitra Sorrells | September 23, 2019
For the third piece in this month's series, we look at how technology is enabling DMOs to serve visitors when they are in-destination. Read More
News | Technology
SITA aviation capacity issues and data
Will data or collaboration solve aviation's capacity crunch?
By Thomas Deillon - SITA  | August 14, 2019
SITA's Thomas Deillon analyzes how the airline industry should handle the impending capacity crunch. Read More
Opinion | Technology
Getting out of the way of "innovation" in travel
Getting out of the way of "innovation" in travel
By Linda Fox | June 26, 2019
Amazon Web Services believes the travel industry is stuck in silos and an “old way of thinking about IT”, with disparate systems that don’t talk to each other. Read More
News | Technology
Expedia’s Arthur Chapin on emerging tech: The good, the bad… and the blockchain
Expedia’s Arthur Chapin on emerging tech: The good, the bad… and the blockchain
By Jill Menze | June 20, 2019
You’ve heard it once, and you’ll hear again how things like blockchain and Amazon’s Alexa are disrupting the travel industry. But when does the talk turn from promise and buzz to practical... Read More
News | Technology
Accor’s renewed focus – aspirational and experiential aspects of a guest
Accor’s renewed focus – aspirational and experiential aspects of a guest
By Ritesh Gupta - China Travel News  | June 20, 2019
The hospitality group asserts that it has moved on from being owner of properties to owning the relationships, dwelling on aspirational and experiential aspects of travelers.  Read More
From Our Partners | Technology
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IoT, asset management and transforming the short-term rental experience
By Michael Driedger - Operto  | June 5, 2019
One of the greatest challenges for the international vacation and short-term rental industry today is providing a product with the level of consistency and standardization that guests increasingly... Read More
Opinion | Technology
Using tech to overhaul one of the most troublesome parts of the travel experience
Using tech to overhaul one of the most troublesome parts of the travel experience
By Mitra Sorrells | May 8, 2019
Dubai Airports' Michael Ibbitson explains how the facility is using technology to provide exceptional customer service for the nearly 90 million passengers that pass through it each year.   Read More
News | Technology
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Airlines bring baggage handling mishaps down as tracking tech kicks in
By Linda Fox | April 25, 2019
SITA's baggage report shows that airlines and airports continue to make improvements in baggage mishandling. Read More
News | Technology
PwC opinion IoT for hospitality
Why IoT is the “smart” solution for the hospitality industry
By Rob Mesirow and Jennie Blumenthal – PwC  | April 18, 2019
IoT solutions can provide many benefits for the hospitality industry, including more efficient asset tracking and utilization, lowered energy costs and a better experience for guests.   Read More
Opinion | Technology
Task management automation takes hold in hospitality
Task management automation takes hold in hospitality
By PhocusWire | April 17, 2019
After many years of focusing IT spend on guest-facing technologies, hoteliers are increasingly adopting task management automation solutions designed to support staff and streamline operations. Read More
From Our Partners | Technology
VIDEO: Personalization and its impact on hotels - past, present and future
VIDEO: Personalization and its impact on hotels - past, present and future
By Kevin May | March 19, 2019
The road to personalization in travel has been a slow one, and now, it seems, with technology and 24/7 connections with guests, the opportunity is even greater. Read More
News | Technology