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The eVisitor system is the third best tourism innovation in the world


first_imgThe Croatian national tourism information system eVisitor won third place and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) award for innovation in research and technology. The winner of this subcategory was declared SEGITTUR from Spain for the project “Smart Tourism System (SIT)”, while the second place went to the organization EarthCheck from Australia for the project “Building Planning and Design Standard (BPDS)”.The award was received by the director of the CNTB’s Main Office, Kristjan Staničić, who emphasized that the eVisitor system is the only Croatian project nominated among all finalists. “In Croatia, we were very happy to receive the news of the eVisitor system’s candidacy for the UNWTO award, and this award and third place make us especially proud. The eVisitor system is a very important project for the entire Croatian tourism and we are therefore extremely glad that its quality is recognized in the world. In addition to significantly reducing the administrative work in the process of registering and deregistering tourists, the system serves as an excellent tool for further development of tourist offers and marketing and promotional activities of all users, from renters in family accommodation to travel companies and institutions. This recognition gives us additional motivation for further upgrading of the system, but also the creation of new innovative projects to make the Croatian tourist system even more successful, ” said Director Staničić, adding that the finalists were selected from 128 submitted innovative projects from 55 countries, which further indicates this great success of the Croatian Tourist Board project, which was fully developed in Croatia by Croatian experts.. “This is another recognition for Croatian tourism and proof that today Croatia is recognized as one of the leaders in the world tourism industry.”Said Stanicic.By the way, the eVisitor system is recognized outside Croatia as an excellent innovative product, and as we unofficially find out, there is great interest from several countries that would buy the entire eVisitor system or “know how” and implement it in their countries.The eVisitor system in Croatia has been in full application since 2016 and has met all expectations as a unique and central place for registration and deregistration of tourists, ie for the calculation and control of the collection of sojourn tax. The eVisitor system is an innovative platform that is free for users, maximally simplified and accessible from any location that has Internet access, which greatly facilitates all the processes offered by the system. It is certainly worth emphasizing the segment of monitoring tourist traffic, so today, thanks to the system, it is possible to monitor tourist flows in almost real time by various parameters, which provides a very detailed insight into the various structures of tourist traffic.last_img read more


Team Gullion runs 1-2 at Eagle


first_imgAdam Gullion won the Saturday IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car feature at Ea­gle Raceway. (Photo by Joe Orth)By Greg SoukupEAGLE, Neb. (April 28) – Team Gullion had plenty to celebrate Saturday at Eagle Raceway.Adam Gullion not only won his heat and the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car eature but his second car, driven by Zach Blurton, won its heat and came in second in the main.“It was definitely nice. To be able to unload two cars, with two separate driv­ers on the same team and win our heat races then run first and second in the feature is definitely a very big confidence booster and a big positive for the season,” Gullion said. “That’s something that we’re all proud of as a team, and an accomplishment we’ll be talking about for a very long time.”Jordan Grabouski notched another Runner Freights IMCA Modified victory, after starting way back in 11th.“The race track was really good tonight, and my car was awesome,” Grabouski said. “ It was a good night, but it’s always a good night when you put it in victory lane without so much as a scratch on the car”.Shawn Harker led every lap of the Purdue University IMCA Northern SportMod main while Jeff Ware led from the fifth circuit to the finish in the Valentino’s IMCA Hobby Stock feature. Zach Bohlmeyer was promoted to the top spot in the ATV Motorsports IMCA Sport Compact feature.last_img read more


Trojans stumble in final round of Arizona tourney


first_imgUSC’s struggles allowed No. 3 California to recover from a tournament-worst 3-over to claim first place, while host Arizona and No. 16 New Mexico also leapfrogged the Trojans during the final round. New Mexico State and Brigham Young tied for fifth.The Trojans appeared as if they would compete for the title after a strong performance on the front nine, but failed to keep up that pace over the second half of the day at Sewallo Golf Course in Tucson, Ariz. Head coach Chris Zambri was not pleased by the day’s results.“It was a very disheartening day,” the 8th-year coach said. “The course played quite difficult.”After leading the individual race for nearly all of Monday’s 36 holes, junior Anthony Paolucci’s team-worst 8-over 79 forced him into a fifth-place tie with New Mexico’s Sam Saunders and New Mexico State’s Pat Beyhan. Though not good enough to earn his first collegiate victory, Paolucci’s overall 1-over still ranked as the Trojans’ top score.Kang finished tied for 12th, while freshman Rico Hoey slid to 23rd place after a 7-over 78. Hoey appeared to be headed in the right direction after a 1-under performance in Monday’s second round, but could not build on that strong effort. The highly touted Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. native earned the team’s No. 1 seed with a win in the Gifford Collegiate this fall, finishing just ahead of teammate Paolucci.Junior Eric Sugimoto, the Trojans’ No. 3 seed coming into the tournament, did not qualify after disappointing scores of 9-over and 10-over in the first and third rounds. The transfer from Pacific did show the brilliance that made him a 2013 Big West conference medalist with a strong 1-under second round.Paolucci extended his lead over Cal’s Brandon Hagy over the first nine holes, but mirrored his team by fading as the day went on. Hagy went on to share the individual championship with teammate Joel Stalter, who led all players on the day with a 4-under 67. Arizona’s Kolton Lapa and BYU’s Justin Keiley finished a stroke behind at 1-under.Zambri admitted that his team’s preparation for the final round could have been better.“Perhaps we came out tight because we had the lead,” Zambri said. “This is not the type of course you want to play if you are mentally tight.”The Trojans now have a few weeks off before the Amer Ari tournament in Hawaii starting Feb. 6, which will feature Pac-12 rivals No. 9 Stanford and No. 16 UCLA. The team then heads to the Prestige Tournament at PGA West in Indian Hills, Calif., beginning Feb. 17.Even with such a disappointing result to begin the spring season, Zambri is confident that strong veterans such as Paolucci can gel with skilled newcomers such as Hoey and Sugimoto.“We will pick ourselves up,” Zambri said. “We have a ton of golf left this semester.” After finishing the first day of the Arizona Intercollegiate with a two-stroke lead, the USC men’s golf team struggled mightily yesterday and fell to fourth place in the final standings. The No. 22 Trojans’ best mark was a 4-over 75 from senior Jeffrey Kang, just a day after the team recorded four individual scores of 70 or below. Only last-place finisher George Washington finished below the Trojans on yesterday’s leaderboard.Rookie mistakes · Freshman Rico Hoey struggled at times in this week’s Arizona Intercollegiate. Hoey was seeded No. 1 for the Trojans. – Courtesy of USC Sports informationlast_img read more


‘Is that Shaq?’ First graders surprised to see Shaquille O’Neal join online class


first_imgA video from TMZ shows the basketball star saying hi to the teacher, who nonchalantly says hello back. Then she realizes who the greeting came from, excitedly asking, “Is that Shaq?”  Some first-grade students in Georgia met a new classmate this week: NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal.Schools all over the country have shifted to online classes in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Students are in insolation, so O’Neal popped in for a virtual lesson with students at East Lake Elementary in McDonough, Ga. .@Shaq surprised this 1st grade class’ video lesson ❤️(via @TMZ) pic.twitter.com/zxng93KA7z— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 19, 2020The six- and seven-year-olds seemed happy to have the Hall of Famer stop by during these unusual times, but some of the most hilarious reactions came from the parents and adults who were around. The kids smiled, and the adults’ jaws dropped as they grabbed their phones to take pictures.O’Neal is family friends with one of the students in the class, according to TMZ. The Big Diesel stayed on to chat for a few minutes, which certainly brightened up the day during a less-than-ideal situation.Now these first graders have a great story to tell about their 7-1 momentary classmate. Good work, Shaq.last_img read more