Geely and Tencent joined in the three-way joint venture to create an integrated one-stop platform that will offer mobility service to train users, according to Geely’s announcement.
Airbus is creating a division to oversee futuristic transport options in a sign the European planemaker is going on the offensive against tech providers and startups encroaching in the market.
The major challenges that travel firms face is to innovate on top of legacy technology systems and be respectful of regulations.
Companies should offer travelers tools that meet these minimum requirements: dynamic information, advanced design, integration with social media and seamless switching between different devices.
Smart luggage company Bluesmart is shutting down and selling off its technology, and it has placed blame on the major airlines that adopted a de facto ban of its battery-toting bags.
Hopper says customers save an average of $50 per ticket and claims its airfare forecasts are 95% accurate up to a year in advance.
In addition to knowing about consumers’ activities, Shiji is set to learn details about their business travel via Baoku’s cloud-based travel management platform.
Recently Delta is branching out into new technologies such as robotics, biometrics, RFID, Bluetooth, GPS and advanced turbulence avoidance system.
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