The new system answers all the possible questions a traveler could have; it has information on how you can reach a destination by air, by land or by sea, it includes a detailed map of your route, and shows you all the ways in which you can obtain information and help during your trip. The best thing is that all this information can be downloaded and accessed in the place you need to be.
PEGA D&E's was in charge of designing the user interface for the system. For this task, the team strived to make the user experience easy and enjoyable by focusing on two steering concepts. The first concept has to do with finding a communication element all travelers could relate to (a map); the team calls this concept 'universal language.' In the map the user can find detailed information about roads, geography, touristic attractions and anything a traveler might need during the trip. The second concept applied was 'user friendliness' for this, a highly efficient icon was devised so users could reach all the functions in a quick and clear manner, thus reducing the need for multiple translations and effectively making the whole experience more accessible to a broader range of people.