For civilians and field workers using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), what3words is a simpler destination input that is far less error-prone than using GPS coordinates to identify a landing site, delivery drop or waypoint.


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DXC Technology designs drone apps and software for businesses. They built an innovative solution that uses voice recognition to fly drones, but found that GPS coordinates and addresses were too complicated to input by voice. They use 3 word addresses to send the drones to exact locations, and no longer have to deal with remote controllers, complex commands or drones getting lost.

DXC Technology is available for Web


DroneRadar is an app that displays airspace traffic information in Poland. It has fully embraced 3 words addresses: they appear alongside flight information, and users can use them instead of GPS coordinates when they type in their own paths. This helps make the airspace safer and opens up the use of drones to non-professional operators.

DroneRadar is available for iOS & Android


Copter Express builds and distributes delivery drones, and the software to manage flight routes. Using drones enables fast and precise deliveries, increasing efficiency. With what3words integrated into the Copter Express software, users can now send a drone to any location without the complexity of using GPS coordinates.

Copter Express is available for Web

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