In June 2017, Sismotur has been involved in the preparation of a smart city model built by the Ministry of Energy, Tourism and Digital Agenda. Tourists arriving by high-speed train to the railway station get information from a smart sign connected with Inventrip. Photo: CEO of Sismotur with the secretary of State for the Information Society and Digital Agenda and the coordinator of the National Plan of Smart Cities.
The Region of Castilla y León and Sismotur have presented in April 2017 the project “Smart Route Ribera del Duero: Smart Tourism Signage Connected with Inventrip” in the third edition of the Madrid Smart Cities Congress. Photo: project presentation by the CEO of Sismotur; now the Route Ribera del Duero has 103 digital Tourist Information Offices.
Augusto Ramos, CEO of Sismotur, presented a communication on the capacity of social networks and the tourist as prescribers of a destination, the need for territories to join the new means of diffusion and promotion and how Inventrip implements and exploits these means for the diffusion of the destination by tourists and destination promoters.
Sismotur has presented the tourism signage plan for the Camino de Santiago along the roads of Castilla y León, together with the Minister and the General Director of Tourism. It represents an improvement in the perception of the quality of the destination and in the process of welcoming tourists to the territory.