Technology has changed the way in which business is carried out in every scope of work. As all roads lead to Berlin to gather at the largest networking event, the new technological methodology used in the fields of travel, tourism and hospitality is shared by various seminars held to educate the industry partners. The world will unite at ITB Berlin to find solutions and address concerns faced by the industry.
A key component of the event will be the new areas in focus by trade experts like overtourism and lack of rooms. Earlier this year, a recent report urged tourists to avoid certain popular destinations due to constraints in accommodating them. The world is indeed a big place for everyone to explore; it is time for a change so that new places of interest are found for people to experience and enjoy. Experts at various tourism forums have shared that venturing into new destinations is a positive way forward while encouraging people to go that extra mile in achieving it. Dubai’s vision of tourism is one which is way forward as it has already looked at tourism opportunities in another planet altogether in Mars. In various tourism forums, it has been shared that venturing to new destinations is a positive way forward, thereby encouraging people to go that extra mile in achieving it.
Hyperloops is set to be a game changer in terms of revolutionising the transportation sector in the next generation. Getting from point A to B should then be a matter of seconds or minutes as opposed to the many hours spent in getting to the final destination. Dubai and a few other destinations have already started working on driverless vehicles and flying car concepts for the future. Currently, at an initial stage of development, the concept will be much looked forward to and one that would save time. In this context, the introduction of artificial intelligence is another component that will ensure a more sustained path and change the human experience in every aspect of life.