Privacy-aware personal data management and value enhancement for leisure travellers (PriVELT)
The PriVELT project is a response to a call on trust, identity, privacy, and security in the digital economy 2.0, led by Prof Shujun Li from the University of Kent.
The aim of PriVELT is to formulate a holistic socio-technical framework of travellers' privacy-related behaviour, in order to develop an innovative user-centric and privacy-aware digital platform for personal data management that will benefit both travellers and other stakeholders (such as travel service providers, government, and relevant industries) in delivering seamless, personalised end-to-end travel experiences.
Professor Iis Tussyadiah
Acting Head of School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Professor of Intelligent Systems in ServiceSee profile
Professor Annabelle Gawer
Chaired Professor in Digital Economy; Director, Surrey Centre of Digital Economy (CoDE)See profile
Additional team members
The project involves a consortium of three universities: University of Kent (lead), University of Surrey, and University of Warwick. Project partners include:
Research groups and centres
We have a world-class reputation for our research in hospitality, tourism, transport and events.
SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT CENTRE FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN THE VISITOR ECONOMY