ENHANCING TRANSPORTATION THROUGH ROUTE STRATEGY PROPOSAL USING LOCALIZATION MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGY: A CASE STUDY

  • 1University of Zilina, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Industrial Engineering, Zilina, SK
  • 2University of Zilina, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Mediamatics and Cultural Heritage, Zilina, SK

Abstract

This case study investigates the revitalization of the Korytnica spa settlement in the Low Tatras, known for its rich natural and cultural heritage, including mineral springs. Despite its historical and therapeutic advantages, Korytnica currently experiencing challenges in renovation and development as a thriving spa and tourist resort. The article explores the strategic use of geolocation measurement technology and the potential of mineral springs to enhance the tourist infrastructure and promote the site. The article presents a multidisciplinary approaches, including sustainable development, and the integration of heritage into tourism products. It concludes with a proposal for optimizing transport routes and improving infrastructure in the area, thereby supporting accessibility and minimizing environmental impact. The main output of the article is a proposal for improving the route to the relevant area, improving accessibility by analyzing and improving infrastructure and transport processes.

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