Tourism Recovery Analysis

As boarders start to open across Australia DSpark can monitor how people start to travel.

Take a look at our tourism analysis during the 2020 Bush fires to see how our data can help you better understand the movements of people.

People. Movement. Insight.

Turning Mobility Data into insights about how people move.
Helping our clients make better informed business decisions.

Our Work

DSpark provides a range of insights into how Australians and international visitors move. We measure these 365 days per year, 24/7.

By understanding how people move, we can infer what people do every day - and this helps multiple industries plan for future success.

What's Happening

TFF Media Release

With border closures across Queensland and Victoria being strengthened, tourism and transport sectors continue to be affected. DSpark has been working closely with the Tourism and Transport Forum (TTF) to assess the impact of these closures and monitor levels of travel across borders. Take a look at the latest announcement from

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LGA Insights: How we extract insights from Mobility Data

DSpark recently partnered with Local Government Professionals in a webinar focused on panning for economic recovery. DSpark  explored how to use mobility data – along with owned data sets – to inform agile planning during an unprecedented time of change.

For those of you who missed Local Government Professionals and DSpark's webinar: Planning for economic recovery- you can now listen and watch via the below link.

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ITS Webinar: 'Work and Life After COVID-19'

This webinar addresses how the use of mobility data strategies as a means to understand and influence behaviour will assist transport organisations to adapt to a ‘new normal’ as we adjust to life after COVID-19.

DSpark’s Country Head, Paul Rybicki and Director for Data Science, Adrian Ellison participated in ITS' Webinar: 'Work and Life After COVID-19: impacts on the approach to transport planning and modelling.’

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What's Happening

DSpark Presents at UTS & AI Forum

UTS recently invited DSpark Country Manager Australia – Paul Rybicki to participate in their Transport and AI Research Forum during December. A great forum to discuss the role mobility data will play in planning the future of transport.

This event brought fresh insight into the power of science through data and AI solutions, the true government needs for managing transport problems and the need to always innovative in adopting industrial solutions.

ITS World Congress

A fantastic week at ITS World Congress 2019 at Suntec Convention centre in Singapore - with our Country Head of DSpark Australia, Paul Rybicki - presenting as part of the UTS Future Mobility Lab session on Crowd analysis and modelling.

DSpark showcased the value of transport organisations utilising mobility data analytics to better inform future planning and creating more livable cities and seamless transport options for people living in high density areas.

DSpark Partners with MIT and SA Government

DSpark has partnered with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) at Adelaide’s Living Lab to develop insights designed to boost tourism in South Australia through the use of Big Data. 

Big Data and mobility analysis has never been more relevant than now, and plays an integral role in shaping our world and economy. DSpark has partnered with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) at Adelaide’s Living Lab to develop insights designed to boost tourism in South Australia through the use of Big Data. With the use of cutting-edge technology provided by MIT in data analytics and understanding social behaviour,

"Understanding how people move, where they go and how they travel is intrinsic to understanding how people live and the inherent challenges and successes they face in life.

"At MIT Connection Science we take a multi-disciplinary approach to developing and analysing insights into human behaviour. With access to DSpark’s API data solution, we can integrate scalable, next day, mobility data with other data sets to solve broad scope, time critical problems."

- Thomas Hardjono  
MIT Connection Science

Case Study

Watch the below video to see how DSpark can work with local government areas to better understand how locals and visitors move.

Case Study

By combining DSpark's mobility data with  data from Tourism Research Australia, Gold Coast City Council has analysed the economic effect of COVID-19 on Tourism within the region over the most recent Easter Long Weekend.

Below is a preview of insights developed by Gold Coast City Council. For a more detailed report in the please click here to leave your name and email address.

HOW WE DO IT

Our DATA

DSpark has extensive experience in processing and transforming anonymised big telco data through patented technology and algorithms into valuable insights.

OUR TECHNOLOGY

We enhance data quality and extract rich
mobility insights using our industry-leading mobility algorithms.

our offering

Data is aggregated, anonymised and validated via relevant data sets and made accessible to our customers via reports, ongoing consultancy and Data as a Service API subscription-based services.

Get in Touch

We want to know more about your business and how DSpark can work with you.

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Corona Virus COVID-19

The impact of COVID-19 on the aviation industry has been well publicised – with international and local borders gradually closing over the past eight weeks.
This dramatic shift in the ease and freedom with which we have become accustomed to air-travel has become representative of the many changes we are all now experiencing.    
Using mobility data, DSpark has analysed the decline in Australian domestic air travel by both international visitors and locals alike - benchmarked against key events that prompted both peaks and declines so far in 2020.
As life continues to change, DSpark data analysis can monitor trends in how COVID-19 changes the future way people travel, live and work to inform future planning across multiple industries

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Corona Virus COVID-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic, DSpark can support projects to understand the effects of this on multiple areas of society, including changed transport conditions, retail, tourism and effectiveness of support measures.

DSpark’s analysis on how COVID19 affected retail and tourism in Singapore following its ban on travellers from mainland China entering the country as of February 2020

Bushfire Impact on Tourism Analysis

DSpark recently conducted analysis on the impact of bushfires on Tourism during December and January as a means to better understand impacts on local and international tourism across key summer destinations. 

Click below to watch our video. 

People. Movement. Insight.

Turning Mobility Data into insights about how people move.
Helping our clients make better informed business decisions

Our Work

DSpark provides a range of insights into how Australians and international visitors move. We measure these 365 days per year, 24/7.

By understanding how people move, we can infer what people do every day - and this helps multiple industries plan for future success.