People involved in Tasmania's tourism industry are invited to a lunchtime forum this month to hear about Sense-T's Sensing Tourist Travel project.
When: 1pm - 3pm, Thursday 30 July 2015 (please note, start time has changed from 12 Noon)
Where: IMAS Board Room, IMAS Building, 20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point, Hobart
Travel industry researchers from the University of Tasmania are leading this cutting-edge project, which will track the movements of tourists around Tasmania over the 2015/16 summer period as well as collecting other data about tourists' travel decisions.
The project will provide industry, regional tourism authorities and government with new intelligence which will help to ensure the tourism sector continues to grow.
Anyone interested is invited to attend the forum, meet the project leads over an informal lunch, learn about how this project is relevant to the industry and contribute their own ideas as potential end-users of the collected data.
The Sense-T Sensing Tourist Travel Project
is one of 14 Industry Research Projects currently being undertaken with funding provided by the Australian Government through the Tasmanian Jobs and Growth Plan.
Prospective attendees are kindly requested to RSVP by COB Monday, 27 July 2015 to Sarah Hyslop at firstname.lastname@example.org.