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Handbook of Research on Digital Communications, Internet of Things, and the Future of Cultural Tourism
Drone is aircraft that can fly without a pilot or passengers.
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Digital Transformation and Tourist Experiences
Yunus Topsakal (Adana Alparslan Türkes Science and Technology University, Turkey), Onur Icoz (Aydın Adnan Menderes University, Turkey), and Orhan Icoz (Yasar University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8528-3.ch002
Technology has transformed the tourism industry over time, and today, this transformation has accelerated with digitalization and Industry 4.0. With the application of new generation technologies that shape Industry 4.0 to the tourism industry, the concept of smart tourism has entered the literature and digitalization has accelerated in tourism. It can be said that digital transformation has had an impact on tourist experiences. In this context, this chapter aims to describe the potential impact of digital transformation on the tourist experience. For this purpose, the following topics and concepts will be studied: uses of Industry 4.0 technologies in tourism industry, digital transformation, tourist experiences, and effects of digital transformation on tourist experience.
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Blockchain as an Enabler for Zero-Trust Architectures
A remotely controlled unmanned aerial system that is significantly smaller than a UAV. UAVs are controlled using satellite uplinks and downlinks over long distances, while drones have significantly shorter range and are normally controlled using WiFi transceivers.
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Drone Security: Threats and Challenges
An airborne device formed of an aerial node that may cooperate with a number of ground nodes used in civilian and military applications. Synonyms: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).
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Study of Self-Organizing Coordination for Multi-UAV Systems
A drone, in a technological context, is an unmanned aircraft. Essentially, a drone is a flying robot. The aircrafts may be remotely controlled or can fly autonomously through software-controlled flight plans in their embedded systems working in conjunction with onboard sensors and GPS.
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Tuning Drone Data Delivery and Analysis on the Public Cloud
A remote robot device that can fly and execute specific programmed activities.
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Emerging Technologies at the Events
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Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to Solve Some Civil Problems
The most common name of UAVs, which began to be used in 1935.
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Connectivity Management in Drone Networks: Models, Algorithms, and Methods
An electric-powered rotating-wing unmanned aerial vehicle that also has a means of computing and sensing capabilities.
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