Step one: Let us know what you prefer, what you’re searching for and how you want to spend your time! Create your own mix and we will direct you to the Attica that suits you!
Step two: You decide which facete of Attica you want to explore! Choose from routes designed Just for you, Popular, other Users’ Suggestions or Surprise routes!
Step three: Start off with your TRIPMENTOR personalized route! Visit the proposed stops and share your experience! Hidden secrets await in your path!
The more you use the app, the more it rewards you! Get to know Attica with a playful mood, collect points, level up and unlock more TRIPMENTOR features!
The TRIPMENTOR project concerns a bilingual (English, Greek) interactive mobile application that provides immediate recommendations for a personalized, complete and unique travel experience to the visitor of Attica. TRIPMENTOR provides the user with alternative routes with stops at the suggested points of interest and cultural, entertainment and sports events in real time and in direct correspondence with the preferences of the user, as these are submitted by the user. Each route includes stops that have semantic, cultural, chronological or thematic relevance to each other, creating a unique storytelling travel experience and incorporating elements of gamification, that are designed to fit the user’s preferences and his / her personal interests.
Through user satisfaction due to personalized services, we aspire to the promotion of the organizations and companies, that are in the business of cultural, entertainment and tourism services in the Attica region and to the strengthening of its position as a city break holiday destination.
GEOAPIKONISIS SA Projects & Geoinformatics, provides services to various entities. Since its establishment in 1995, it develops innovative Geoinformatics solutions and manages large volume Geospatial Data, while investing in the use of new technologies, having consolidated a trans-European network of technologically excellent collaborations with research and non-research entities, offering thematic services on urban environment and infrastructure, on monitoring, assessment & management of the environment, on climate change impact assessment, on risk management, on agriculture, on forest ecosystems, etc. to clients of the public sector such as Directorates-Generals of the European Commission, the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Environment Agency (EEA), Ministries, Regional & Municipal governments and Legal Entities of Public Law in Greece and Cyprus, as well as to private bodies.
UNIVERSITY OF PELOPONNESE
The Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the School of Economics, Management and Informatics of the University of Peloponnese was founded in 2013 and since then has been developing research in various areas of Informatics, such as the fields of cultural informatics, personalization of information and services, retrieval of information, information management in web environments, big data management, information systems and their architecture, information and systems security and so on. The result of this research is the numerous scientific publications of the executives of the department in international scientific journals and conference proceedings, while the Department actively participates in research and development projects, both at European and National level.
The Department of Communication, Media and Culture, is the first of the Departments of Communication and Media in Greek universities and has been operating since 1990, having contributed to the recognition of the importance of journalism studies and the development of important cultural activity. The Laboratory of New Technologies was founded in 1999 and since then it supports the rich teaching and research work of the Department. Following the developments in the field of technology and its applications in the wider field of communication and culture, it regularly adapts its didactic work in the direction of the development of multimedia storytelling, while games have often been the subject of teaching and creation.