Big and Open Data for better tourism and heritage management
The BODAH project's two significant challenges are applying new technologies to improve heritage management in the Atlantic area cities and encouraging sustainable tourism.
Led by Turismo de Santiago, the initiative includes Fomento de San Sebastián, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, Cork Institute of Technology, Glasgow Caledonian University, and Bangor University.
We are all members of a consortium that will work over the next two years, until 2021, to improve and promote sustainable tourism in heritage cities in the European Atlantic area. To achieve this, we will use new technologies and the possibilities offered by secure digital environments of shared information (Big Open Data).
BODAH is developed within the Interreg Atlantic Area program and has a total budget of 1,571,373, of which 75% is provided by the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund).