Cidade inteligente e turismo Halal durante a pandemia covid-19 na Indonésia Outros Idiomas

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65536
Resumo:
Este artigo analisa o uso de tecnologia por cidades inteligentes, para o desenvolvimento do Turismo Halal durante a pandemia Covid-19, na Indonésia. A presença da tecnologia nos serviços associados ao Turismo Halal pode auxiliar na prevenção à transmissão do Covid-19 e na realização de mudanças no sistema turístico, que são desenvolvidas integralmente em termos de saúde pública. Neste artigo, o método inclui a Análise de Conteúdo de materiais visuais ou escritos, provenientes de artigos em periódicos indexados nas bases Scopus e WoS, operacionalizados a partir os objetivos e metas da pesquisa. A seguir os dados coletados mais recentes foram compilados, comparados e analisados; a análise refinou os resultados, concluindo-se com os principais achados da pesquisa. Neste artigo conclui-se que as cidades inteligentes podem qualificar os serviços oferecidos ao público, através do acesso rápido a informações sobre o Turismo Halal, e assim contribuindo com o controle e gerenciamento da pandemia Covid-19 em locais turísticos, aumentando a detecção, mitigando surtos e tomando decisões eficazes quando as situações são críticas. A proteção social e o estímulo econômico do governo para com os atores do turismo afetados pela Covid-19 e as inovações tecnológicas, como o turismo virtual e os novos serviços no desenvolvimento do potencial turístico local, são soluções para quando das novas condições normais, e para preservação dos valores do patrimônio cultural indonésio.
Citação ABNT:
JAELANI, A.; FIRDAUS, S.; SUKARDI, D.; BAKHRI, S.; MUAMAR, A. Smart city and Halal tourism during the covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia. Rosa dos Ventos - Turismo e Hospitalidade, v. 13, n. 4 Ed. Esp., p. 1-29, 2021.
Citação APA:
Jaelani, A., Firdaus, S., Sukardi, D., Bakhri, S., & Muamar, A. (2021). Smart city and Halal tourism during the covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia. Rosa dos Ventos - Turismo e Hospitalidade, 13(4 Ed. Esp.), 1-29.
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