On Monday October 5th, Lyon-Saint-Exupéry airport inaugurated its experimental project offering travellers the possibility of taking a biometric journey without queuing from home to the plane.
From check-in to check-out, hoteliers are developing new ways to make their guests’ stays easier, more efficient, more flexible, more sustainable and more entertaining. And make it easier for employee...
The travel agency Ctrip has approached the artificial intelligence specialist Baidu, within atmosphere of mistrust of Chinese technology companies.
The web giant announced its partnership with the German Peakwork to improve its hotel booking services in Europe.
The hotel Henn-na launched in July, 2015 was the first property in the world entirely run by robots. Four years later, half of the 243 in operation will be scrapped.
On Wednesday 12, Apple debuted a variety of products that could be a massive opportunity for travel brand marketing departments.
The Japanese tour operator JTB has signed an agreement with Alibaba to allow hotels (among other properties) to use its mobile payment platform, Alipay.
The company Navitaire, bought in 2016 by Amadeus is working to develop an offer making it possible to do research and make reservations in the tourism sector using a virtual reality system.
The trophy for best technological tourism innovation was awarded to a startup and a supplier at the Global Lodging Forum. Discover all the finalists and winners.
The story began in the 1990s with the rise of new technologies and democratization of Internet access. Nowadays, what was baptized the “New Economy” corresponds to the boom of startups on internationa...
Geographic location technologies are increasingly present in everyday life: mobile phones, tactile tablets, and other connected objects. The hotel sector is already rushing to benefit from their diffe...
Represented by its CEO Victor Fernandez, the Spanish hotel group received award fro Best Digital Innovation at the award ceremony for the Worldwide Hospitality Awards 2015.
While efficient and free WiFi has practically become standard at international hotels, the sector's actors continue to improve their offer by making it more efficient and even mobile.
The Hyatt Regency is the first French hotel to offer its clients a pocket Wifi hotspot, that allows very high speed mobile Internet connections.
3D printing is gradually entering the building sector, the Lewis Grand Hotel has adopted this procedure to realize a 135 square meter extension, including several rooms. It is the first hotel structur...
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