Cáceres and Mérida, two cities in Extremadura, have begun work towards becoming Smart Destinations, hand in hand with SEGITTUR and with support from the Government of Extremadura. This project, together with the review of the work carried out with Valle del Jerte, is being financed through a
The chairman of SEGITTUR, Enrique Martínez Marín, has visited the facilities of Televes and seen first hand that the standards of the Spanish Association for Standardisation (UNE) 178108:2017 “Smart Cities – Requirements in smart buildings for their consideration as an IoT hub in accordance
Systematising measurement with data is key to increasing the sustainability of the tourism sector, according to the conclusions of the sustainable tourism indicator monitoring report, carried out by SEGITTUR for Sanxenxo City Council.
Experts that met at the UIMP summer course in Santander organised by Santander City Council and SEGITTUR all agree that the smart destination method will improve the management of destinations
SEGITTUR and minube have produced the white paper “The new traveller: This is how the tourism sector is preparing its future”, which analyses the behaviour of tourists after the pandemic based on a survey of 1,700 users, complemented by the testimonies of more than 50 renowned tourism professionals.
Smart destinations will be the subject of study at the summer course of the Menéndez Pelayo International University (UIMP), to be held on 5 and 6 July in Santander, organised by SEGITTUR and the Santander City Council.