DSpark Ecotourism

When people began thinking about post-lockdown adventures, the Queensland Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport (DTIS) needed to understand the impact COVID-19 had on visitor trends and tourist behaviour in order to target support for local tourism operators and to inform infrastructure development needs. To do this in an agile and evidenced-based fashion, DTIS worked with Griffith University’s Relational Insights Data Lab (RIDL) as part of a consortium whose focus was to pilot the application of mobility intelligence data to better monitor changes in behaviour. Read more about this project through our Enlighten article here. You can also view the presentation and full report below.