“what3words has solved the considerable problem of entering a precise location into a machine by voice. The dramatic rise in voice-activated systems calls for a simple voice geocoder that works across all digital platforms and channels, and can be written down and spoken easily.”
A more efficient alternative to unreliable street addresses: India Post pilots what3words
India Post invites what3words to demonstrate how to improve its service.
Paving the way for easier navigation in Pakistan with TPL and what3words
Find your way around Pakistan with leading mapping provider TPL and what3words.
Mongol Post Deputy CEO presents case for what3words at UPU Annual Forum
Mongol Post makes the case for what3words. Find out how we can improve logistics performance.
Tuvalu Post starts delivering more with what3words
Tuvalu Post uses what3words to improve postal delivery with 3 word addresses.
Finding bus stops easily with SBB and what3words
Swiss Federal Railways, SBB, is Switzerland’s national transport company. To help people find bus stops easily, it has built a database which lists information for each bus stop in Switzerland along
Kiribati's first home deliveries with Kiribati Post and what3words
Kiribati Post is celebrating World Post Day by announcing its adoption of what3words. The island chain is the eighth country to adopt what3words, and the third in the Pacific region.
The Pacific island nation of Kiribati is now using 3 word addresses to deliver to homes across the country, many of which have never received home delivery before. Kiribati is the eight country to ado
Lyngsoe Systems integrates what3words into its postal image capturing system
3 word addresses provide a standardised addressing format for every country in the world, removing the risk of error and allowing postal services, and entire countries, to take full advantage of the e-commerce boom.
Addressing the British Consulate Cape Town, South Africa
The British Consulate Cape Town, South Africa has been presented with its own 3 word address sign, making it the third overseas mission to adopt the what3words addressing system.
Solomon Islands Postal Corporation now delivers to 3 word addresses
By integrating what3words, Solomon Post is ensuring that every one of its 642,000 inhabitants finally has a reliable address to receive mail right to their front door.
3 words to receive your first ever letter
what3words enables Nomadic people in Mongolia to receive mail with 3 word addresses.