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The Future of Travel

Average Length: 10-12 min. A look at what's possible by the year 2030 for travel. Contact: (Phillip@PhillipTau.com) (www.linkedin.com/in/philliptau).
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Phillip Tau

on 27 August 2016

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Transcript of The Future of Travel


Some countries will
thrive.



Some countries merely
survive.
Thriving
countries: USA, China, India, Russia, Mexico, Pakistan, Brazil, Turkey and Vietnam.
Thriving
countries: Travel occurs both firsthand and through new technologies; natural language interface and semantic reasoning integrate technology into daily life. The entire process of travel planning-booking-experiencing is reinvented.
Setting
Results
Plot
Surviving
countries: Travel is much like it is today, information is scattered and unorganized; technology is not a full solution but a temporary band-aid. Much of these countries' populations work in travel as oppose to experience travel.




Thriving
countries embrace technology, immigration and open information. Political governance draws from ideas of individualism, democracy and capitalism.
Year 2030
: Globalization increases travel creating more commerce and exchange around the world. Not all nations experience equal levels of prosperity and advancement.
Surviving
countries: Japan, Venezuela, Somalia, Sudan, Congo, Iraq, Greece and North Korea.
The Characters
Surviving
countries are fraught with war, inflation, brain drain, economic and resource dependencies. Censorship and authoritative governance are common.

The Over Arching Story...
The Future
Brought to you by:
Phillip Tau
of Travel!
Experience
Business
Leisure
Exit:Year 2030

Surviving
countries lag so far behind in regards to technology infrastructure and investment that their travel environment resembles what travel currently looks like today in the developed world.
On the other hand...
Thriving
countries utilize technology and innovation efficiently...
By 2030:
A look into the Ever evolving Narrative of travel.

Leisure
travel has never been so accessible; with more disposable income
thriving
countries take more trips and see more destinations than ever before.
Business
travel thrives as technology creates safer and cheaper means to conduct commerce. Companies realize more margin and efficiency as travel productivity rises and costs fall.
progressing
leisure
and
business
travel forward.
A Glimpse of Travel in 2030

Imagine "Open Booking," flexibility paired with company travel policy purchasing power in real time for every business traveler for any travel product.
By analyzing social media, preference, consumer behavior, price, and online/offline interactions, one no longer searches for
leisure
travel options; one uses
predictive

discovery
before the urge to travel materializes to book their next trip.
creating a whole new travel
experience
...
In
business
travel, there is no longer a single company policy, individualized policies are traveler preference specific then matched to global aggregate real time market demand.

Let your imagination run wild....
as we scratch the surface of
what is possible in the future travel!
By 2030 innovation and technology reinvent the travel
experience
, redefine what travel means and how it is consumed.
Future travel
experience
is reinvented, rather than going to a destination, the destination comes to the traveler in augmented virtual reality (3D + smell + sensation). Using technologies like projection mapping, immersive media and holographs, anything can be recreated.
Paired with travel
predictive discovery
, travelers pre-experience the recommended trips or amenities by virtually walking the destination's streets, sitting in an airlines' seats, talking to the locals or trying the local cuisine.
Tomorrow's Travel Starts With Today's Technology
The 2030
Travel
Experience
Predictive discovery + augmented virtual reality =
Leisure
travelers pre-experiencing destinations.
Augmented virtual reality + security + expense reporting =
Business
travelers pre-experiencing travel supplier products.
Discovery
Whether
business
avatars or
leisure
agents, "real" people are there to help or interact with travelers.
interactions
Places
Travelers can see and explore areas before they arrive in person.
Travelers can walk tall buildings like the Burj Khalifa.
sensations
activities
Travelers can attempt roller coasters and other adventures.
Games
Travelers can ride bikes and play anywhere in the world.
Push > To Play
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Arrows at the bottom move presentation forward/back. Video arrows interact act well.
All these technologies have been available, some for years now; now imagine them working seamlessly together to make travel more accessible and enjoyable in 2030.
Now that we have come full circle...


Just remember for The Future of Travel...
this is...
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