SuperGIS Webinar: Planning and Managing Tourism in a Spatial Way

SuperGIS Webinar: Planning and Managing Tourism in a Spatial Way

Planning and Managing Tourism in a Spatial Way

Wednesday, 1st June | 09:00 AM (GMT+2) Your local time

“Adventure is worthwhile in itself.”

Indeed, tourism is one of the fastest growing industries worldwide. But as travel agents, how can we discover the emerging spots are not used by competitors to attract more people? Or as managers of tourist attractions, how can we use advanced tech to manage them more efficiently? Join us and find how SuperGIS can help you to achieve it.

Planning and Managing Tourism in a Spatial Way

Join the webinar and learn how to:

  1. Combine crowdsourcing data with GIS for reducing survey cost
  2. Explore attractions by spatial analysis.
  3. Publish travel info with cloud tech to access it everywhere.
  4. Manage tourist spots in real time with mobile devices.

Who should attend?

People work in travel agencies or tourist authorities, hotel managers, theme park managers, GIS specialists, or anyone who is interested in planning a smooth and pleasant trip.


Sydney Lai

Product Manager
Supergeo Technologies Inc.

Sydney graduated from the Department of Geography, NTU and earned a master degree in GIS. With rich experiences and education in GIS analysis, planning, and data management, she is well familiar with SuperGIS products and knows how to apply them to accomplish different works.

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