Even in these days of unified communications, travel is still a vital part of business. We delve into the technology that mobile professionals can't live without.
Articles about Travel Tech
The country has an electric mobility mission in place, and manufacturers like Toyota, Mahindra & Mahindra and Nissan are enthusiastic about electric vehicles. But there is a lot India needs to do to achieve its goals.
Hooroo, an online accommodation booking company under the Qantas brand, and DiUS Computing talk about what they have achieved so far through the use of cloud computing.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel managing director for Australia and New Zealand shares his thoughts on what tech to bring when heading abroad.
The security vendor's strategic products senior manager for Australia and New Zealand brings a fair amount of tech gadgets with him on his travels.
Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) will offer an app for travelers, allowing them to not just to check arrival and departure times, but also book a taxi for pickup on arrival.
State-owned telco Bharat Sanchar Nigam has introduced a Wi-Fi module for vehicles. In other words, your vehicle becomes a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Information management consultancy's managing director talks about the role technology plays when he's travelling.
London commuters can already use their contactless bank cards on buses, and Transport for London (TfL) is extending the system to tubes and perhaps trains. It's also considering payments using NFC on mobile phones.
The software company's general manager shares his travel experiences and what tech he usually brings with him.
Solar airplane developer Solar Impulse has planned a flight from San Francisco to New York in another step in its quest to provide low-cost, eco-friendly air travel.
Jaxtr unveils a pre-paid SIM card which works on various phones ranging from Android, iPhone, Windows and BlackBerry and in over 200 countries.
The not-for-profit organisation's CIO talks about the technology he likes to use when travelling.
The universal ignition interlock system requires the driver to insert his or her phone prior to starting the vehicle in order to start it, possibly a boon for parents.
Delhi Metro will soon launch an app for smartphone users, providing information regarding fares and real-time updates along the different lines, and Delhi Metro stations.
The networking vendor's managing director talks about the technology he relies on when flying overseas.
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