Haggis Hostels

01/03/2014 - 17/05/2014

Design and prototyping of a digital concierge based on mobile technology for the enhancement of the experience of guests in a high-end hostel. The digital concierge will use a digital character and gamification to deliver practical information such as times of operation, health and safety warnings, fire evacuation procedures, etc.

Haggis Hostels is a Innovation Award project funded by SFC IV. Carried out in collaboration with and others. For further information please refer to .
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Project Team

Brian Davison
+44 131 455 2373

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