The Santiago City Hall Teide is a pioneer in incorporating the innovative technology of Foundspot to automate and optimize the management of lost objects to “make life easier for locals and tourists”, helping them to recover their lost belongings much more easily. This service will serve to optimize the management of the Local Police of objects that are lost and found in the municipality, “many of them of great sentimental or economic value.”
From now on, the citizen of Santiago del Teide and also the tourist will only have to indicate in a simple way what he has lost, in their own language and from their mobile device, and let the platform work automatically and contact the interested party when necessary, “saving calls from other countries and in other languages and annoying emails to manage it.” In addition, not only is the object that has been lost located, but the courier service is integrated to be able to send the belonging to any corner of the world.
According to the mayor of Santiago del Teide, Emilio Navarro (PP), “this new addition to the municipal services for the management of lost objects is something that will make a difference and improve the image of our municipality for our residents and also for the tourists who visit us every year. This is something very positive, we are betting on a new innovative technology that already has very positive results in airlines and companies in the transport sector”.
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According to the CEO and Co-founder of Foundspot, José Postigo, we are very happy to be able to contribute with our technology so that the inhabitants and tourists of the municipality have a fantastic experience and can easily recover that lost belonging that is so valuable to them and receive it comfortably in their own house”, in the event that it is found.
“The tourism strategy in Spain and in Canary Islands is to attract quality tourists who values the comforts and the details even paying a little more for their stay. In the Canary Islands, some 12 million international tourists visit the Islands each year and 5 million the Island of Tenerife. Increasingly, public and private entities are committed to taking care of the experiences that mark the stay of visitors, “recall from the Government of Santiago del Teide.
Foundspot is the platform that is committed to helping recover lost objects and improve the experience of travelers and inhabitants. Its use also contributes to raising funds for social projects that help many people to improve their quality of life. According to its promoters, “it works for a world in which its technology is very present in all areas of society and is a world reference by connecting people to recover their lost objects.”
Santiago del Teide has, according to INE data in 2022, a population of 11,162 inhabitants, and a population density of 213 inhabitants per square kilometer.