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Asia/Singapore Wednesday, 5th October 2022
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AirAsia upgrades facial recognition system at klia2

AirAsia has enhanced its facial recognition system, FACES, by integrating it with Malaysia Airports EZPaz technology at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (klia2), offering an...

Innovating the future of online travel booking

Agoda's new tech-driven CEO Omri Morgenshtern lives and breathes technology, seeking to break new ground with online services to enable customers to build their travel itinerary on the platform over a period of time

Digitalising travel: Dreaming of a streamlined travel future

I dream of the day I can travel anywhere without a physical passport, where my official travel document is available as a secure app – just as my Singapore identity card is – and my face or my palm is my access key.

Singapore welcomes Korean startup accelerator to its travel tech space

With the set-up of the Korea Tourism Startup Center (KTSC) in Singapore, tourism stakeholders in South-east Asia can look forward to innovative travel tech...

SITA advances technology to reduce travellers’ stress

Recognising that travellers’ stress levels are highest at the security and immigration process and at baggage pick-up, SITA has advanced its technology solutions to...

DidaTravel’s B2B clients can access flights on new portal

Along with this new development, the tech-driven integrated travel service provider’s dynamic packaging technology, to be integrated end 2022, also allows its travel-buying customers the added option of combining flights with accommodation to boost ancillary revenue

KKday powers through expansion with funding boost

KKday has secured funding in a Series C+ round, bringing the total Series C round raised to US$95 million. Led by major tech Asia...

Boost direct bookings to your hotel website

Hospitality players keen to up their personalisation game to capture direct demand can look to Cendyn as a strategic technology partner

Rethinking data strategy to thrive in the new normal

The biggest difference in analysing big data pre-pandemic and post-lockdown is that many travel insights then do not apply in the current recovery stage anymore. Dawn Jeremiah, vice president, marketing & ecommerce, APAC, Go City, sheds light on how to navigate the new digital trends and leverage customer data to cater to them

Sun, sand, and seamless digital experiences – how apps have become...

More and more travellers are relying on devices, specifically apps, when planning their trips, as shared by Abhilash Purushothaman, regional vice president, general manager of Asia at AppDynamics

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