The United State Border Control has implemented new technology aimed at reducing lines and increasing the efficiency of the United States border crossing process.
The airlines’ main lobbying organization does a point-by-point rebuttal of a draft letter to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood asking the Secretary to reject IATA‚Äôs application covering the New Distribution Capability.
The Gray Lady officially announced its deep skepticism about the New Distribution Capability (NDC), the airlines’ proposal for revised standards for how airlines provide airfare content to end users. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) responds.
Smartphones often don’t live up to their names for travelers spending a significant time in foreign countries – SIM chips are hard to change, roaming charges are expensive, and data fees are even more so. A new Kickstarter has emerged this weekend that attempts to solve this traveler’s dilemma: the SIMPLcase.
The Scan: iRiS lobby app, ResponseTap’s web tracking, Concur expense study and other travel tech news
Response Tap, FCm, HRG, Multicom, Vayant, Iris, Portman Travel, KDS, Conferma and Concur are mentioned in our special round-up of news and briefs you may have missed from the Travel Technology and Business Travel Shows last week.
Zolv, a company mostly know for its web design skills has been developing technology to help call-centre consultants bring holidays to life for consumers
A proposal for revised standards for how airlines provide airfare content to end users probably won’t replace GDSs. But that doesn’t mean the effort is useless.
Hot off of several awards, including the Demo Day $1 million IDG Media and several PCW/General Catalyst awards, panaroma technology provider TourWrist has announced a series of new travel brand partnerships.