Welcome to the NIT! For 30 years the NIT has been researching issues from tourism and related topics. On the basis of our research, we also develop tourism strategies within consultancy projects. On these pages you will find information about the Institute and our work. Please contact us for further information.
The development of processes based on artificial intelligence is intended to equalize and manage visitor flows in the future. This will provide sustainable tourism with a further opportunity to identify any clusters of visitors that may arise and the resulting congestion of popular travel and excursion destinations at an early stage. Using the information, visitors […] Read more
Our colleague Nadine Yarar has returned from parental leave and has become a permanent part of the NIT again as of January 1, 2022.
With his participation in the Roundtable on Data & Data Analytics of the CAST Network on June 8, 2021, Ulf Sonntag was able to share his contribution “Data needs of tourism destinations from a personal user’s point of view – Big Data Enabling Tourism Competitiveness” with other experts. CAST (Creative Accelerators for Sustainable Tourism) is […] Read more
Ulf Sonntag was featured in the May 5, 2021 webinar “Outlook on tourism industry in Germany” with his contribution on the topic “Holidays in Corona times: How the Germans would like to travel in 2021 und what they think about Finland”.
Ulf Sonntag was interviewed on May 3, 2021 in a television report by BBC World News. The topic of the interview with David Eades was the EU Commission’s intended relaxation of existing restrictions on travel from third countries and the resulting prospects for the travel industry.
On 8 March, Ulf Sonntag presented on “Data needs of tourism destinations” at the event “Big Data enabling tourism competitiveness”, organised by Visit Portugal as part of Portugal’s 2021 EU Presidency.
Germanys international broadcast Deutsche Welle recently featured an interview with Wolfgang Günther on climate change and tourism.