The main purpose of "Tourist Transportation and Leisure Services optimization using intelligent systems(TTLS)" is to provide integrated land transport solutions and targeted proposals that will enhance and optimize the travel experience. In addition, providing consulting services to terrestrial service providers to develop products that are always in line with the needs of consumers and sustainable tourism development through the emergence of sustainable solutions.

The purpose of the TTLS project is to investigate and create an innovative platform system (Hardware) for recording prices, quality and quantitative measurements that will be installed in public transport vehicles and will enable companies to find the most economical, safer and lucrative tourist interest routes ensuring the quality and satisfaction of the travel experience they provide. In addition, it will directly contribute to the traveler's needs for transportation, sightseeing and leisure at its destination.

It is a virtual marketplace that brings together land transportation providers and connects them to potential demand. It aims to service optimization and is a real-time service management platform.

The dynamic platform will be accessible to all devices (computers, tablets, mobile phones) through its Web site, while also being supported by the corresponding smart device applications (iOS, Android). This gives every visitor or group of visitors easy access to travel and leisure services at all stages of the travel experience.
At the same time, tourism professionals (inbound tourism or person transfer offices) will be provided with a tool to manage their availability.

This proposal focuses on leveraging ICT technologies to improve the efficient use of land transport in terms of accuracy, speed, frequency and price.
In addition, it enhances innovation using ICT technologies to improve the efficiency of land transportation as a tourism product that includes a set of services, experiences and solutions provided to the visitor within specific geographical boundaries.

The project was launched in October 2018 and is expected to be completed in October 2021 (duration 36 months).

TTLS official webpage

This project has received funding from the European Union and Greek national funds through the Operational Program Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, under the call RESEARCH – CREATE – INNOVATE