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The smart-travel system: utilising cloud services to aid traveller with personalised requirement
by Jason C. Hung
International Journal of Web and Grid Services (IJWGS), Vol. 8, No. 3, 2012

 

Abstract: Recent advancements in cloud computing allow smart phone provide a variety of movable services. This paper proposed a design of service, including human-centred recommendation service and travel-gaming service. The Smart-Travel System (STS) aids traveller with personal requirements to tour by smart phone. STS provides personalised travelling real-time information, and automatically tells traveller when they show up around the task, which providing by government or local store, to make the trip like a game mission for user. No matter if the traveller deviated from the planned route or not, the STS could provide the new trip itineraries and allows the share on social network in real-time from any computer. According to the cloud-based service, STS is a new way to look up the travel information. The STS provides a whole new experience in travelling for mobile phone users via smart phone, GPS, Google map and Augmented Realty.

Online publication date: Sat, 22-Sep-2012

 

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