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1. Project purpose

The purpose of this project is to create a global standard for destination travel information (DTI)* in order to exchange information among businesses and/or travelers.

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2. Project scope

Based on the agreed business models, this project standardizes location identifiers and formalizes other DTI. This project may develop identifiers and necessary codes with location information for tourist facilities, such as designated world heritage properties, public facilities (public-toilets, emergency ward, police office, etc.) and take them with GPS coordinates.

3. Project deliverables

The project deliverables are
 The class diagrams of the business transactions for the creation of the XML messages
 ABIEs, BBIEs, ASBIEs and CCs (if necessary), based on the UN/CEFACT Core Component Technical Specification
 BRS (Business Requirements Specification) and RSM (Requirements Specification Mapping) documents
 Necessary identifier and code list

4. Exit criteria

The project leader submits the final draft to the Bureau when the public review is successful. He can declare the completion of the project after the Bureau approves it.

5. Project Team membership and required functional expertise

The membership is open to experts with broad knowledge in the areas of DTI services, their e-business operation, and the functions of UN/CEFACT Forum. In addition any Head of Delegation may invite technical experts from their constituency to participate in the work. Experts are expected to contribute to the work based solely on their expertise.

6. HoD support(required for technical standards, business standards and UNECE recommendations

List at least three Country heads of delegation who support this project, and include their written expression of support using the template in annex IV...

Japan, India and South Korea agreed three countries. October 5, 2013, the DTI project proposal approved by the UN/CEFACT.

7. Geographical Focus

The focus is global and cross-sectorial among travel industry.

8. Initial contributions

The following contributions are submitted as part of this proposal. It is understood that these contributions are only for consideration by the Project Team and that other participants may submit additional contributions in order to ensure that as much information as possible is obtained from those with expertise and a material interest in the project. It is also understood that the Project Team may choose to adopt one or more of these contributions "as is".

This project will be provided with DTI for public facilities defined in South Korea, offering information and actual models managed in Korea, Japan, Thailand, etc.
List of contributions:
1) To provide actual case studies and utilization model of unmanned guided service by using DTI
2) To demonstrate development model applied to smart phone using DTI

9. Resource Requirements

Resources required are business and technical experts with a broad knowledge of DTI services and operation in any region or country. Modeling expertise is also required in the project.
The project does not require any additional resources from the UN/ECE secretariat.

Note*: DTI is an abbreviation for destination travel information, which details a travel destination with its location information and GPS coordinates.

10. Project Leadership

Project Leader: Gil Jun Ko,Ltd KOREA
Advisor: Akio Suzuki JTREC JAPAN
Technical Advisor: Dr. C. Boonmee Thammasat University THAILAND
Technical Manager : Byounghyun Yoo KIST KOREA
Modeler : Hyunchul Song Korea Tourism Organization KOREA
Technical Editor : Gyu Sang Choi,Ltd KOREA
Editor : Hosung Kim Korea Tourism Organization KOREA

11. Milestones (repeat per deliverable)

ODP Step ODP Name Estimated Completion Date Comment
1 Project Inception 15.09.2012 UN/CEFACT Bureau decision on 15 October 2013
2 Requirements Gathering 01.08.2014 review BRS Document..
3 Draft Development 01.02.2015 Comment
4 Public Review 01.02.2015 Comment
5 Project Exit 01.04.2015 Comment
6 Publlication 01.06.2015 Comment
7 Maintenance   Comment