The most confusing aspect of hotel technology these days is discerning real innovation from PR buzz. The need to market and sell products and services always skews the reality, but by taking technology (any technology) down into its basic form consumers can sift through the buzz to discover the real value. With this kind of consumer focus, we thought this great breakdown from Avvio might help sort some of the confusion.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the hospitality industry is all the rage these days. But, the reality of robot run hotels is still far off.
Pathfndr, billed as a No-code, Artificial Intelligence-powered Travel Operating System, announces a slew of innovations for travel advisors.
Sabre Corporation and Google have jointly developed an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven technology platform.
In 2023, the travel and hospitality industry’s content marketing landscape is evolving rapidly. By embracing the following trends, businesses can stay ahead of the competition and connect with their target audience on a deeper level.
AI is the new norm for travel tech – not only because of COVID-19. But, if anything, the pandemic accelerated the trend. Several hospitality companies turned to AI to innovate to retain customers and deliver better online experiences during the lockdowns that affected many countries worldwide. Looking back at 2020 and the first half of […]
Airport anxiety just got a dose of artificial intelligence (AI) from Hitachi Vantana. For those who suffer from the stress of the herds of fellow travelers in airports during the holidays, Hitachi Vantana may solve a lot of that upset. The getting to the airport on time, the check-in, bag weigh-in, and the damnable TSA, […]
Perseuss Introduces Its “LITE” Validation Services to help small to medium sized travel agencies mitigate fraud.
Over 75% of Americans surveyes by AI producer Humley, say they rely heavily on chatbots to imrprove the quality of their travel expereinces.
One of the world’s biggest air services providers, dnata has announced having acquired a majority stake in bd4travel (Big Data for Travel).
Digital communications has for too long been reclassified as only a function of marketing. Public relations communicators should have been in the lead all along.
Coming up September 27th in Budapest, World Tourism Day (WTD) 2018 will focus on the importance of digital technologies in tourism. The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) event will provide participants with opportunities for innovation and the potential for sustainable development.
The day may come when a hotel guest expects and gets a real Orwellian experience out of their stay. At least this is a dreamscape that could take place if unbridled tech geeks are put in charge.
News Kayak founder Paul English has just raised $15 million in funding for his Lola Travel Co. is a shot in the arm for a travel tech industry stagnant since months. According to the news, Lola received a fresh infusion of capital from Charles River Ventures, General Catalyst and Accel.. Here’s a brief snapshot of a new company that says it’s going to provide on-demand, personal service to the world of travelers.
Sabre Labs, a division of Sabre Corporation, has just released research on how the latest technologies that can have a significant impact on the tourism sector. The report unveils the potential for the next twelve years and tells of three major tech trends that will affect the tourism market for 2017.