Seven organizations were yesterday recognized for their outstanding efforts to improve the passenger experience at the first Future Travel Experience Awards
More than 400 delegates from 33 nations are in Vancouver attending FTE 2011. If you’re not lucky enough to be there, you can hear the latest via Twitter.
Amtrak Group CIO, Dee Waddell, will discuss the transformation of the rail industry in the US and how mobile technology can be used to improve the passenger experience.
FTE 2011 takes place at the Westin Bayshore, Vancouver, September 7-9 and more than 150 leading organisations have now registered to attend.
One of the new innovations for FTE 2011 is to facilitate exclusive announcements from leading industry players, and Air Canada will do just this in Vancouver.
The second part of our FTE 2011 exhibition preview highlights what you can expect to see from the likes of Access IS, Brock, Custom, Damarel, DESKO, Sita and more.