Post-Covid tourism – who will lift the industry?

Positive signals from the younger generations, millennials and generation X have remained very active on social media during this period. To confirm the trend Fabio Bin, co-founder of WeRoad and Federico Tosazzi, responsible for the entertainment of ScuolaZoo Viaggi products.

Italian airports reopen from June 3rd. From June 15th follow those of France, Germany and Greece. The situation is still fluid, in some countries an opening date has been scheduled of incoming and outgoing traffic, in others still an absolute ban on circulation.

Summer by the sea or in the mountains? Better in the countryside. In the period of Covid-19 there is a place to avoid crowding and, consequently, contagions: one of the 24 thousand agritourism structures scattered throughout Italy, able to offer 253 thousand beds and almost 442 thousand seats at the table (Coldiretti elaborations on Istat data).

We recommend watching the next webinar organized by ESA: “Healthcare” 20 May; “Post-millennial education and social life” June 3; “Work efficiently, work remotely” June 9 and “COVID-19: Reinvent your business model” June 15.

The #artificial intelligence will be able to guarantee the safety distance, positioning cameras in the most “critical” places of the company and analyzing the behavior and movement of employees through a #machinelearning algorithm

We share an article by Stefano Epifani, President of the Digital Transformation Institute and author of “Digital Sustainability” which illustrates the manifesto with the main points from which to start again to face Phase 2.

Immersed as we are in a new and sudden scenario, the most difficult thing to imagine is how our lives will resume. Thus began the interview with an Italian manager who lives in Wuhan, published on Il Sole 24 ore.

We talked about China, Korea, Israel, but what is Italy doing? In Lombardy, the application of the AllertaLOM developed by the regional holding company Aria Spa to collect information on the level of contagion of the population started.

We talked about China and Korea and how big data and artificial intelligence are used to monitor areas of contagion. Now it is the turn of Israel to use a system based on a quick and effective questionnaire.

Big data will be used in the Coronavirus emergency. Starting with Facebook.
In the previous post we talked about how South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore have relied on data to contain coronavirus infection, with encouraging results.