Its elevator pitch is that it’s “a smart “Kayak” for tailored deals when you don’t know where or when you want to go.”
CheapAir.com has begun beta-testing a semantic search tool that allows users to pose natural language flight queries with airport codes and dates in various formats.
Semantic web and its impact on travel was the focus of the opening session of the OpenTravel Advisory Forum in sunny Miami
A hotel is dynamic — a veritable revolving door of people and activities. Yet most hotel websites are dynamic only in the booking process.
Larry Smith of Thematix has previously written several excellent posts in Tnooz about semantic technologies in the travel industry.