INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SMART TOURISM IN DA NANG CITY
Volume 3 (1), June 2020, Pages 54-63
Nguyen Ha Huy Cuong1, Nguyen Trong Tung2, Nguyen Van Hong Quang3, Nguyen Nhat Tan4, Ngo Quoc Huy5, Trinh Cong Duy6
A smart tourism system has an important role in using information and communication technology to form an intelligent tourism ecosystem, build a high-quality tourism industry to serve tourists, contributing to sustainable economic development. An integrated database is an important platform that provides information for destinations in smart tourism development. In line with current tourism development needs, a database should be built in the direction of integrating the largest information possible. The information contained in it should cover many aspects of the visitors’ requirements including location and spatial relations as well as object specification features. In order to have a truly smart tourism environment, certain investments in database development are really necessary for localities that want to develop this trend. The database is built for smart tourism based on GIS (Geographic Information Systems) is a new direction with the development of IT infrastructure, not outside of building smart cities.
Smart tourism system; Infrastructure; GIS; Cloud Computing; Resource Allocation
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