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emerging trends and technologies in tourism


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this ppt contains topics like electronic payment system, virtual realty, video conferencing, couch surfing, and travel blogs.

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emerging trends and technologies in tourism

  1. 1. By: Megha Aggarwal Shaurya Tiwari Sushil Thakur Reena Emerging Trends and Technology
  2. 2. Electronic Payment System is a system which helps the customer or user to make online payment for their shopping.  To transfer money over the internet  Methods of traditional payment :  check, credit card or cash  Methods of electronic payment :  Electronic cash, software wallets, smart cards,  debit and credit cards.
  3. 3.  Online Reservation(  Online Bill payment  Online Order Placing (  Online Ticket Booking (
  4. 4. Types of EPS E- Cash E- wallets Smart Cards Credit Cards E- Banking
  5. 5.  A system that allows a person to pay for goods or services by transmitting a number from one computer to another.  Like the real numbers on real currency notes, the e-cash numbers are unique.  This is issued by a bank and represents a specified sum of real money.  It is anonymous and reusable.
  6. 6.  The E-Wallet is another payment scheme that operates like a carrier of e-cash and other information.  The aim is to give shoppers a simple, single and a secure way of carrying currency electronically.  Trust is the basis of the e-wallet as a form of electronic payment.
  7. 7.  A smart card is any pocket sized card with embedded integrated circuits which can process data.  This implies that it can receive input which is processed and delivered as an output.
  8. 8.  Online banking (or Internet banking or E- banking) allows customers of a financial institution to conduct financial transactions on a secure website operated by the institution, which can be a retail or virtual bank, credit union or building society.  Now a days almost every bank provide this facilities. Ex. SBI, ICICI, HDFC
  9. 9.  Credit card provides a card holder credit to make purchase up to amount fixed by a card issuer.  It is a plastic card with a Magnetic Number and code on it  Customer has to repay the spent amount after sometime.
  10. 10.  Customer uses a stolen card or account number to fraudulently purchase goods or service online  Family members use bankcard to order goods/ services online, but have not been authorized to do so.  Customer falsely claims that he or she did not receive a shipment  Hackers find the ways into an e- commerce merchant’s payment processing system and then issue credits to hacker card account numbers.
  11. 11.  Hotel Reservations  Air Tickets  Bus Tickets  Taxi Services  Documentation
  12. 12.  Is simply a vehicle for interactive communication.  Enables one set of people to see and hear people in a different location.  In its most basic form is the transmission of image (video) and speech (audio) back and forth between two or more physically separate locations.  Also known as “Video teleconference”.
  13. 13.  Very straightforward approach.  Calls can be made locally, nationally or across the world.
  14. 14.  Camera  Microphone  Speakers  TV or Monitor
  15. 15.  Business  E-Meetings
  16. 16.  E-Learning  Presentations  Chatting with friend
  17. 17.  Family talk  Telemedicine  Transmission of medical images  Diagnosing & consulting  Videoconferencing in my hand
  18. 18.  Cultural Exchange Programs  We can encourage the foreigners by giving them a first hand experience with the help of video links.  Glimpse of the Beauty of our country  We can have more impacts on the tourists if they can have a glimpse of the beauty with their our eyes and for that video conferencing can be your mate for sure.  Video tours and excursions  Excursions and adventure trips with the help of guided video tours is always an added advantage.
  19. 19.  Presenting the Best Packages  Offers and packages can be showcased to the interested countries with the help of teleconferences and seminars, where different hotels can participate to promote their packages.  Encouraging the locals to be paid host for the foreign guest  Many hotels have started with the concept of homemade food prepared by the locals.  Interested people can be trained to be good host for the foreign guest via video conferencing.
  20. 20.  This will encourage foreign tourist to have a feel of the local surroundings.  This will also create employment opportunities for the locals.
  21. 21.  Initial cost of the equipment is high.  Ghost/Blurred images seen when rapid movement occurs  Audio echo effect seen when system is not properly installed
  22. 22.  Virtual reality is a computer generated world with which the user can interact  Interaction can vary from looking around to interactively modifying the world.
  23. 23.  1950’s visionary cinematographer Morton H Eilig built a single user console called Sensorama . This enabled the user watch television in three dimensional ways.
  24. 24.  In 1961, Philco Corporation engineers developed the first HMD known as the Headsight.
  25. 25.  It was in 1965 IVAN SUTHERLAND envisioned what he called the “Ultimate Display.”  In 1988, commercial development of VR began.  In 1991, first commercial entertainment VR system "Virtuality" was released.
  26. 26.  E-Commerce And Business:  Virtual reality is being used in a number of ways by the business community which include:  Virtual tours of a business environment.  Training of new employees.  A 360 view of a product.
  27. 27.  Training  Virtual reality environments have been used for training simulators.  Examples include flight simulators, battlefield simulators for soldiers, paratrooping.
  28. 28.  Engineering and Design  VR is widely used in engineering and designing process.  It gives better understanding of the design and facilitates changes wherever necessary  It helps to reduce the time and cost factor. Examples: Building construction, car designing railway construction…
  29. 29.  Medicine  Healthcare is one of the biggest adopters of virtual reality which encompasses surgery simulation, phobia treatment, robotic surgery and skills training.  VR finds its application nursing, dentistry, autism, health issues and for the disabled.
  30. 30.  Entertainment  The entertainment industry is one of the most enthusiastic advocates of virtual reality, most noticeably in games and virtual worlds.  Virtual Museum, e.g. interactive exhibitions  Gaming  Film and theaters  Virtual theme parks
  31. 31.  Tourism  Virtual Reality can be used to recreate historic sites and events for purposes such as education, special project commissions and showcase features at national and World Heritage visitor centres.  VR technologies are also being used to provide a means of protecting the fragile state of some heritage sites, helping to educate visitors not so much about their history but in how to explore, interpret and respect them,
  32. 32.  1999- 10% of the world's computing power was non-human.  2029- 99% of the world’s computing capacity will be non-human.  And it is estimated that by 2037 we will be having a computer powerful enough to run immersive VR programs.
  33. 33.  Couch surfing International Inc. is a Delaware C corporation based in San Francisco that offers its users hospitality exchange and social networking services.  The website provides a platform for members to "surf" on couches by staying as a guest at a host's home, host travellers, or join an event.
  34. 34.  As of January 2012, the website had 3.6 million members. In March 2013, the website had 6 million members in 100,000 cities worldwide.  A gateway to intercultural communication  Couch surfers share their lives with the people they encounter, fostering cultural exchange and mutual respect.
  35. 35.  Travel the World  With Couch surfing, you can stay with locals in every country on earth. Travel like a local, stay in someone’s home and experience the world in a way money can’t buy.  Rediscover Your City  There’s a community of Couch surfers near you. Many cities have weekly language exchanges, dance classes, hikes and dinners. Make new friends.  Become a Host  Give back and open your home to travellers. Learn about a new culture first-hand or practice a language. Make the world a little smaller; a little friendlier.
  36. 36.  Safety  Vouching and reference system  Monitored private messages  Information privacy
  37. 37.  A blog is a personal diary.  A daily pulpit. A collaborative space. A political soapbox. A breaking-news outlet. A collection of links. Your own private thoughts. Memos to the world.  Your blog is whatever you want it to be.  There are millions of them, in all shapes and sizes, and there are no real rules.
  38. 38.  In simple terms, a blog is a Social networking website, where you write stuff on an ongoing basis. New stuff shows up at the top, so your visitors can read what's new.  Then they comment on it or link to it or email you. Or not.  Since Blogger was launched in 1999, blogs have reshaped the web, impacted politics, shaken up journalism, and enabled millions of people to have a voice and connect with others.
  39. 39.  It’s a blog related to travel and tourism only.  Where tourist share their travel experiences.  Potential tourist gets affected by their statements.  They are used to promote a particular destination or an itenary.  Travel blogs written by famous personalities helps to tangiblise the destination. For ex. Amitabh bacchan.
  40. 40.  Companies also uses travel blogs a tool for promoting their tour packages. Ex., make my trip, etc.
  41. 41. 1. Travel Tales from India Bloggers name- Mridula
  42. 42. 2. Be on the road Blogger’s Name- Sankar CS
  43. 43. 3.Shadows Galore Bloggers Nmae- Puru and Ekta
  44. 44. 4. The Shooting Star Bloggers Name- shivya Nath
  45. 45. 5. Enidhi India Bloggers Name- Shrinidhi Hande