Sometimes, I wonder how far technology can advance us. I was reading about the Internet of Things (IoT): If we think hospitality, it's way beyond a quick self-check-in and electronic key cards.
it's another smart technology that is helping the hospitality industry to save money and customize services.
IoT enables connecting appliances and devices to the internet. These devices can then be controlled through the internet. For example, by using an internet-enabled lighting system, guests can control their room lighting to suit their requirements: They can switch lights on and off using their mobile phones or other devices. In the same way, all the elements of a hotel room like the air conditioning system, television etc. can be connected to the IoT, which improves guest's experience.
Few examples of the IoT in the Hospitality Industry:
-Data Based on Location
Bluetooth, GPS, and beacon technology have all opened up new possibilities in terms of delivering location-based information, and this can be used by companies in the hotel and hospitality industry to send messages to customers at the precise time they are most relevant to the recipient.
-Predictive Repairs & Maintenance
Another potential use of the Internet of Things within the hotel industry involves providing hotel staff with up-to-the-second information about the operating status of different devices and appliances and alerting those staff to any warning signs that might be indicative of deterioration, or unusual performance.
We can see that the hospitality industry is already incorporating the Internet of Things into its operations. Because technology offers a number of significant advantages that are particularly relevant to hotels, these benefits range from enabling businesses to reduce energy expenditures to provide a better guest experience.
And this is what makes Amsa Hospitality superior: We take into account the changes around us. And for the IoT, Amsa Hospitality sees that it's one of the most important trends and implementations in the hospitality industry.