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Fri, 23 September 2016

Future of Travel Technology - Exclusive HD Video Interview with Sabre's SVP Design

[HD video below] Future of travel technology! Exclusive HD video interview with John Samuel, Senior Vice President - Design at Sabre, about the future of travel technology.

In this interview, filmed on 22 September 2016 at the JW Marriott Hotel Beijing during Sabre's inaugural Travel Technology Exchange (TTX) Asia Pacific, we discuss what Sabre has cooking in its laboratories and design studios.

We talk about wearable technology, augmented reality and virtual reality, as well as messaging and how that is evolving so rapidly and how Sabre plans to use it.

John tells us his thoughts on the industry as a whole and what else Sabre is working on, some of which is only currently in prototype stage and nowhere near an official release. All this and much, much more in the HD video below.

Future of Travel Technology at Sabre's TTX 2016 in Beijing

Videos from/about Sabre include: Sabre Airline Solutions - Exclusive HD Video Interview with Dasha Kuksenko, Philippine Airlines First to Use Sabre's AirVision Commercial Analytics. Exclusive HD videos (9) from Sabre's Travel Technology Exchange (TTX) APAC 2016 including interviews with: Wade Jones, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Strategy at Sabre Travel Network, Roshan Mendis, Senior Vice President - Sabre Asia Pacific, Anupam Bokil, Vice President of Product and Technology - Sabre Travel Network Asia Pacific, John Samuel, Senior Vice President of Design at Sabre, Alex Tang, CEO of XCOR Space Expeditions Asia and MD of JW Marriott Hotel Beijing and The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing as well as Three Presentations from Sabre's Travel Technology Exchange (TTX) 2016 in Beijing and Brief Introduction to Sabre Airline Solutions by Greg Gilchrist. Plus we have many more: HD Videos.

See other recent news regarding: Sabre, TTX, Beijing

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