Implementation of Cyber-Physical-Social System Based on Service Oriented Architecture in Smart Tourism
Case Study: Bandung Natural Tourism
One of the biggest attractions in the tourism industry in Bandung is nature tourism. There is still such a constraint related to get information about nature tourism in Bandung because new attractions in Bandung always appear every year. This is felt particularly for foreign tourists outside of Bandung. Tourists are still confused to find new and popular tourist attractions, which are places that are worth visiting or not. By implementing Cyber-Physical-Social System (CPSS) with a new approach that is emphasized on social aspect in smart tourism based on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) as methodology can influence other travelers to visit tourist attractions in Bandung. The main results are tourists will get information such as location, route, images, rating, captions of tourist attractions, and the most important thing is to be able to exchange information with others. Smart tourism is more flexible because it is web based and does not depend on the operating system used, does not require database storage, does not take up storage space, and is free. Tourists can access smart tourism anytime and anywhere.
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