DBG Management & Consulting launches its Italian made “Augmented Reality” in the Slovak Republic
The company, exclusive distributor for the VISEGRAD Area of the Skylab Studios innovative services, will bring to the ITF Slovakia Tour 2020 trade fair, an innovative and interactive proposal for Tourist Signage, multilingual, accessible and with content designed for children.
DBG Management & Consulting, a communication, marketing and events agency led by Barbara Molinario, will participate with its own stand (nr. 409, Hall B1) at the ITF Slovakia Tour 2020, the tourism fair of the Visegrád economic area (the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Poland and Hungary), to be held in Bratislava from the 23rd to the 26th January 2020.
The company, which participates as beneficiary of the Italian Regional EU Funds, POR FESR 2014-2020-Contributions for the support of the internationalization processes of SMEs in Lazio 2018, will present in the Slovak Republic the extensive possibilities offered by the Augmented Reality technology, made in Italy and created by Skylab Studios, of which DBG Management & Consulting is an exclusive dealer for Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic.
An innovative technology, which offers interactive and multilingual tourist signs, which can also be used by the blind, the deaf and with contents designed for children. A new way of narrating tourist destinations, offering visitors a huge amount of information, which they can access on demand at any time and based on their interests. It’s like having a personal tourist office always with you, available at any time, 24/7.
Augmented Reality, interactive tourist signs, virtual reality and many other avant-garde tools, which can be used for the promotion of any type of destination, from the small city to the large metropolis.
Participation in this Fair represents a very important step, which continues to grow the innovation market in the tourism sector which, after Spain and the United Arab Emirates, lays the foundations for the creation of an innovative center in Bratislava, which can be a point of reference not only for Slovakia, but also for the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary.