Smart monitoring model at tourist attractions adapted to requirements of social distancing during Covid-19 pandemic


Tourism is one of the industries most heavily affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Tourism activities and services are almost impossible or take place at a moderate level. From the beginning of 2021, countries worldwide have used a vaccine strategy to help tourism return, at least under new normal conditions. Nevertheless, with the emergence of more and more new Covid-19 viruses, only vaccines are inefficient. Other requirements, such as distancing and limited contact, are essential for tourism activities in a new situation. Therefore, tourist attractions need a smart monitoring system that can issue distance warnings to visitors or information for managers to ensure safety and make visitors happier when visiting a tourist destination. This paper proposes a smart monitoring model for Minh Mang Tomb in Thua Thien Hue and analyzes an experimental modelling case. In this proposal, we build a network of smart sensors called RFID. The issue of distance optimization, energy reduction, and communication efficiency increase is simultaneously considered to create a complete monitoring system.
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