You can now plot journeys in Alpaca’s new Create editor, and those journeys can be distributed via ATDW (for Australian users). Leverage the power of Alpaca’s journey mapping and publishing tools, and the distribution of ATDW’s database. Plot once, publish and distribute anywhere.
If you have an ATDW Contributor API Key, you can get started right away, for anyone else interested in getting a Key, follow the steps outlined below.
Why would you want to do this?
Alpaca’s mapping toolkit
By using Alpaca’s journey and itinerary plotting tools, you can easily create and customise your journey content, making it more engaging for your audience. Beyond a simple route line on a map, with Alpaca you can add;
– rich media content
– points of interest along the way
– highlights gallery
– different modes of transport
– day segments
Alpaca’s embeds for publishing to your own website
For any journey created with alpaca, you also can embed that interactive map on your own website. Alpaca has a range of display templates which means we have done the hard work so that all you have to do is select your preferred display, then add the embed code to your webpage with one click.
Greater exposure with ATDW’s Distribution
Journeys contributed to ATDW can be distributed to thousands of other tourism websites, providing greater exposure for your content to a wider audience.
How do I obtain an ATDW Contributor API Key?
- Please email at email@example.com , and CC firstname.lastname@example.org with your organisation name , email address and stating that you would require Contribution API (CAPI) access.
- ATDW will then manually enable the CAPI key for the requested organisation.
I already have CAPI access, where do I find my key?
- Once ATDW have enabled the Contribution API permission, a unique key is generated.
- Log in to your ATDW account online.
- Navigate to ‘Account’ from the left-hand menu bar.
- Click on ‘All Your Plans’ and you can see your Contribution API key