Touristic Virtual Environment of Tunguragua Province
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Keywords

virtual environment
geolocation
georeferencing
cultural tourism
promotion
management

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Paredes, O. E., Fiallos, M., F., D., Guaman, A., García, M. G., & Armas, N. (2018). Touristic Virtual Environment of Tunguragua Province. The Academic Research Community Publication, 2(2), 9. https://doi.org/10.21625/archive.v2i2.244

Abstract

Tourism and the advances that technology has had over the years have turned into useful instruments that are used to develop platforms and virtual touristic environments that can help in its management and positioning promotion-wise. The objective is to design a virtual touristic environment that will promote service providers, cultural activities, routes and touristic attractions that are found in the province of Tungurahua, and which include natural resources and historical sites that have not been exploited yet. The virtual environment’s goal is to integrate relevant information for tourists in the area, plus destinations and locations using a map, geolocation and georeferencing functions. The goal is to increase the flow of national and foreign visitors by using audiovisual archives or files. The validation of the goals was based on studies about the characteristics and the behavior of the tourists and information obtained from national public companies that are primarily related to tourism.
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