Some interesting findings in this report from the World Economic Forum and the Boston Consulting Group on how travel and transport might look in 2025
The clever folk at Cambridge University have developed a mobile service which could have numerous applications for travel
At this year’s Mobile Web Congress in Barcelona, exhibitors showcased everything from phone devices, components and backhaul infrastructure to payments, apps and accessories
The Scan: Russia OTA funding, airport self-service stats, movers and shakers and more travel tech news
Odigeo, Oktogo, Travelata, Hudson Crossing, GraysEscape, iV Platform, CarTrawler, Expedia, Lufthansa Systems, LateRooms and SITA self-service all make the cut for our roundup of the stories making news and driving opinion on December 4.
Total spend via mobiles using near-field communication (NFC) is to rise more than twenty-fold from $4bn this year to $100bn in 2016 according to forecasts from ABI Research.
Achieving some sort of balance between airport security and long, frustrating queues for travellers is an ongoing challenge for airports
Heathrow is expecting to manage an additional 80,000 passengers over the next fortnight as London 2012 kicks off this evening
Iris scanners are being phased out at UK airports as the Border Agency considers new technology measures
A smoother, less stressful airport process might be within reach thanks to technology developed by SITA Lab and Orange Business Services
A survey from SITA shows airport operators are investing more in technology to meet the increasing expectations of passengers for a hassle-free experience.