In recent decades, it can be observed that a steady increase in the volume of tourism is a stable trend. To offer travel opportunities to all groups, it is also necessary to prepare offers for people in need of long-term care or people with disabilities. One of the ways to improve accessibility could be digital technologies, which could help in planning as well as in carrying out trips. In the work presented, a study of barriers was first conducted, which led to selecting technologies for a test setup after analysis. The main focus was on a mobile app with travel information and 360° tours. The evaluation results showed that both technologies could increase accessibility, but some essential aspects (such as usability, completeness, relevance, etc.) need to be considered when implementing them.
Involving the Disabled or People in Long-Term Care in Tourism Activities by the Use of Appropriate Technologies / Gaiduk, M.; Weber, L.; Seepold, R.; Madrid, N. M.; Conti, M.; Orcioni, S.. - (2022), pp. 87-95. [10.1007/978-3-031-16855-0_10]