Brisbane Airport, in partnership with Sita and Air New Zealand, has launched an Australian first trial of facial recognition technology that is set to transform the future of travel.
The new Sita Smart Path technology uses s
TripAdvisor, the internet’s largest travel site, has ranked nine Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts properties among the world’s top 1 per cent in its 15th TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards.
Based on reviews
Oman Air recently honoured its travel agents at an event named 'Together we Succeed', thanking them for their efforts and support to the national carrier of Oman as well as introducing a new loyalty scheme for the agents.
Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD) was recently honoured for its outstanding support to The Ajman Palace Hotel Wedding Fair 2017.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Faisal Al Qassimi, chairman and chief executive, Manafa, and vice chair
Germany's Interior Minister wants to introduce facial recognition software at train stations and airports to help identify terror suspects following two Islamist attacks in the country last month.
Speaking to the Bild am Sonnt
Gulfnet Communications, one of Kuwait’s leading technology providers, said it has won the renowned Microsoft Gold Level Partnership and the Gold Education Partner certifications.
Earning these accolades demonstrates Gulfnet&
The global hospitality landscape is evolving to adapt with new innovations as facial recognition technology takes on the new ‘face’ of on-site security.
NEC, global leaders in technology and pioneers of the most advanced fac
Panasonic has unveiled its facial recognition system that can identify the ‘face in the crowd’ based on pictures stored in databases.
The high-performance WV-ASF900 facial recognition system’s video architecture
The International Monetary Fund said on Thursday it will not engage in talks about a possible $4.8 billion loan to Egypt until the country's interim government gains recognition from the international community.
IMF deputy spo
Western and Arab nations sympathetic to Syria's uprising against President Bashar al-Assad gave full political recognition on Wednesday to the opposition, reflecting a hardening consensus that the 20-month-old uprising might be nearing a tip