Below are details of a selection of exhibitors that will be featured at Travel Technology Europe on February 26-27 at Olympia London: Room-matching.com Stand T24 Room-matching.com is a start-up based in Paris, France focusing on artificial intelligence. The company specialises in data mapping, matching and natural language processing to help the hospitality industry cut down on … Continue reading TTE Preview: Exhibitor Profiles
TTE Preview: Exhibitor Profiles
Below are details of a selection of exhibitors that will be featured at Travel Technology Europe on February 26-27 at Olympia London:
Room-matching.com is a start-up based in Paris, France focusing on artificial intelligence. The company specialises in data mapping, matching and natural language processing to help the hospitality industry cut down on duplicitous information across servers. Olivier Boinet, head of research at Room-matching.com, will be demonstrating two new products at TTE: a room sourcing intelligence and a hotel mapping solution.
YourTour is an augmented reality and virtual reality technology firm that was awarded ‘Best Digital User Experience Award’ by Travolution in 2019. The company’s platform puts user content together to create virtual or augmented reality touring experiences. It is planning to demonstrate a new virtual reality technology that allows customers an immersive video walk-through of potential hotel and resort destinations.
Brintia is a travel technology consulting firm based in Madrid, Spain. It is a part of a group of companies that form Bravent & Co, an IT partner of Microsoft. Brintia aims to bring clients in the hospitality industry forward with its specialised digital solution. It will showcase a new virtual concierge solution for hotels and resorts at TTE.
RightRez is a US-based travel booking and management company that provides automation, booking solutions and itinerary management tools for the tour, cruise, crew, and shipping markets. It will be offering demonstrations at TTE of its product RightFare, which claims to have saved customers over $50 million in the last calendar year. RightFare aims to find the lowest fares on the same itinerary booked for customers, avoiding the need of agent intervention.
TrustedTrip is a technology start-up from the UK that will be launching its travel reviews network at TTE this month. The new software aims to improve the customer’s booking experience and travel service provider’s content by refining trip review data across the industry. TrustedTrip will have demonstrations available at its booth.
Gamitee is a Jerusalem-based start-up that offers travel websites a software allowing users to plan group trips without leaving the site. After realising that most trips involve group decisions, whether a couple or a larger group, Gamitee created its solution offering tools such as in-site wish lists and communicating abilities. The company is offering a 50% off discount for the first month of its product for TTE visitors.
Data Duopoly is a technology start-up aiming to solve the problem of queues at tourism attractions. Through GPS data to venues, and a gamified app for visitors, venues can offer location-specific deals to try and guide the flow of visitors through the attraction. Data Duopoly will be at its booth and speaking on the panel with the ETOA on 3pm on Thursday discussing innovations in visitor flow management.
Nium is a remittance specialist company that recently ventured its financial services into the travel sector. Using a technology infrastructure to make sending, spending and receiving money across borders easier, Nium allows clients to send money anywhere around the globe with real-time payment capabilities in 55 countries. The firm will host two informational sessions as well as product demos at its booth at TTE.
Trstpays is a travel financial start-up aiming to solve payment issues for the industry. The company says it helps travel professionals with their balance sheets, cashflow and payments transparency in an effort to improve their margins. After a soft launch in 2019, Trstpays feels ready to officially launch at TTE.
NAVA is an application providing users with information of unique and under-the-radar locations to see in partnering cities. Showcasing places including family-run restaurants, abandoned stations adopted by street artists and secret underground bars, NAVA’s app will help users and locations both improve travel decisions. NAVA was last year’s winner of the TTE Travel Disrupt Award for start-ups and is using its awarded exhibition booth this year.
Infarsight is a company specialising in developing and protecting intellectual property will showcase its new delivery model for finding employee talent at TTE. Their strategy is to connect travel technology companies with graduate or almost-graduate technical students from leading Indian universities. They will discuss the solution at their booth.