Approaches to GPS-survey of tourist movements within a North Sea island destination

Niels Chr. Nielsen, Henrik Harder, Nerius Tradisauskas, Bodil Stilling-Blichfeldt

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Abstrakt

Recent developments in information and positioning technologies, converging into portable devices offer new opportunities not only for tracking tourist movements, but also for interactive description and development of experiences. In this paper, we asses the usefulness of a small GPS-GSM device to track tourist movements on a Danish island dominated by summer house tourism, supported by a central database and Internet-based visualisation. Of equal importance to the technical issues, found to work as expected, was the psychological issues related to recruiting participants and make them share their impressions and provide information on their in-situ decisions.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2010
Antal sider7
StatusUdgivet - 2010
BegivenhedENTER 2010 @ Lugano - http://www.enter2010.org/ - Lugano, Schweiz
Varighed: 10 feb. 201012 feb. 2010
Konferencens nummer: 17

Konference

KonferenceENTER 2010 @ Lugano - http://www.enter2010.org/
Nummer17
LandSchweiz
ByLugano
Periode10/02/201012/02/2010

Emneord

  • GPS
  • Mobilitet
  • sommerhus
  • turisme
  • GIS
  • Urban design

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    Harder, H., Bro, P., Nielsen, T. A. S., Albrechtslund, A., Simonsen, A. K., Henriksen, S., Lyseen, A. K., Poulsen, J. S., Horst, N. R., Bohnsen, M. R., Frederiksen, M. L. G., Christensen, R. H., Jensen, A. S., Skov, H., Tradisauskas, N., Jensen, M. V., Lauridsen, H. S., Westergaard, M. R., Jensen, A. S. & Knudsen, A. S.

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