TripCase

That’s the advert. The tutorials start here. My daughter came back from a big trip around America raving about this free app. She and her husband had it on their phones. They were making a lot of flights, roadtrips, hotel bookings, stops and going to events…all the things you do on a big trip. She said they would have been lost without it and that it was really easy to organise and that it kept them very much in control. She could not find enough good things to say about the TripCase app. Her point was that it was all there in one place and that TripCase was alerting her to things before the travel organisations were so they were finding out information in the virtual world before it was made known to them in the real world. That’s service!
It’s actually the prototype of apps which would be helpful to schools, educational institutions, big events management, intense medical care anything which requires a lot of elements to be co ordinated. It is making use of wearable technology but also co ordinating vast amounts of information effectively so that the individual can manage the doing of whatever needs to be done.

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