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177. The Future of Travel - Wearable Computing at Airports
Smart watches, smart glasses and other wearable computing devices will be part of the airport of the future, according to the latest findings from SITA Lab. The technology research team has conducted the earliest trials into the use of wearable computing at airlines and airports and issued its findings in a paper released on Thursday.Technology observers are touting wearable comput
178. Travel Industry Fails to Understand True Cost of Payments
New research from eNett and PhoCusWright has unearthed an apparent gulf between perception and reality in terms of the true cost of payments in the travel industry. Many see credit card costs as a major concern, but dont realise that credit cards can work out around 37% cheaper than alternative payment methods. At the same time, a large proportion of the industry is spending huge
179. Mobile Telephones could Save Airline Industry US$600 million
Mobile Telephones could Save Airline Industry US$600 million. Research by SITA, a specialist IT provider to the air transport industry, shows that the worlds 3.2 billion mobile phones could be transformed into indispensable air travel tools within five years, and if used as passenger tracking devices they could save cash-strapped airlines up to $600 million on reducing flight dela
180. British Airways Launches New First Class Amenity Kits
British Airways has conducted research with its First Class customers to find out what they really want in the amenity kit that they are given onboard. British Airways has created two classic new soft bags featuring its signature To fly. To Serve. coat of arms. The kits include a range of specially tailored products for men and women. Designed with the customer in mind, the new c
181. PolyU invites Industry Participation in Shaping Future Hotel Rooms
PolyU invites Industry Participation in Shaping Future Hotel Rooms. With a view to setting new standards for hotel rooms of the future, the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) is inviting industry participation in developing prototype guest rooms for its new teaching and research hotel. Scheduled for completion in 2010, the
182. Global Travel Budgets on the Rise; TripAdvisor Releases Results from New Study
TripAdvisor has unveiled the results of the third installment of TripBarometer, a biannual study conducted on behalf of TripAdvisor by independent research firm Ipsos. The survey, highlights country, regional and global travel trends, according to more than 61,000 travellers and hoteliers around the world, with 5,657 consumer and 1,142 business respondents from Asia. Revealing chan
183. Airbus to Manufacture Three Full-Size Prototype Aircraft Wings
The Wing of Tomorrow research and technology programme at Airbus has reached a key milestone with the assembly of its first full-size wing prototype. The programme will not only test the latest composite materials and new technologies in aerodynamics and wing architecture but, importantly, explore how wing manufacturing and industrialisation can be improved to meet future demand
184. Intelligent Spas releases Spa Industry Survey Results for Taiwan
Intelligent Spas releases Spa Industry Survey Results for Taiwan. Intelligent Spas has conducted the inaugural survey of spa facilities in Taiwan and found 317 spa facilities currently open and operating. The research identified the market is dominated by day spas, which account for 81% of all spas in Taiwan. The report available from Intelligent Spas and entitled Spa Industry Prof

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