From getting serious about AR to going toe to toe with Google on AI and machine learning, this year’s WWDC keynote was, as Tim Cook promised in his opening remarks, the “best and biggest” ever!
Google has been holding its annual developer conference for eleven years now, but I/O is not only just a developer conference. It’s a place for Google to announce some of its latest technologies and talk about the future.
WWDC 2017 kicks off on June 5th, but what can we expect from this years conference? Travelport Digital predicts...
Google moves from “mobile first to AI first”. Google I/O 2017 unpacked by Travelport Digital.
Gone are the days of the brick and mortar travel agencies and glossy brochures. If airlines want to win over customers, they’ve got to wow with their digital offering.
On the 25th March 2017 50 volunteers descended on Travelport HQ in Dublin’s city centre to take part in the CoderDojo Coolest Projects appathon.
The digital transformation we’ve seen over the last decade now means we live in a mobile culture where everyone and everything is connected.
What impact on downloads do you think it would make to have your airline app jump from a 4-star to a 5-star rating?
The ‘day of travel’ can be frustrating even for frequent travellers. Fears about getting to the airport on time, lengthy security queues, uncertainties about flight take-off times, gate locations in unknown airports, lost baggage... are all common pain points. However, as travellers become increasingly connected, the mobile channel opens up new opportunities for airlines to reduce confusion and take customer service to another level by offering a more seamless, connected end-to-end travel experience with a contextual, ‘day of travel’ guidance via their mobile apps.