Organised by the Royal Institute of Navigation.


Patrick Arbuthnott


19:00 - Webinar starts
20:00 - Webinar ends


Everywhere on the planet has a three word address to define a 3 metre square. Presented by the what3words team, this webinar will explain where the technology and applications are today and enlighten us on their strategy for universal adoption and those future applications where the only navigation solution may be a super-precise 3m square address defined by only three words, e.g. home delivery by drone, autonomous taxis, emergency services etc.; postcodes just don’t come close.

About the speaker

Patrick Arbuthnott

Patrick works in the partnerships team at what3words, helping businesses and organisations make use of their technology. His initial focus revolved around helping emergency services in the UK get set up to accept a what3words address on a 999 call. More recently he's been working with UK taxi and mobility providers, logistics operators as well as emergency services in places like Australia and India.

This event is brought to you by: the Royal Institute of Navigation, in association with BCS Hampshire branch and BCS Dorset branch

Webinar: What3words: Building a Global Addressing System
Date and time
Thursday 20 May, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
This event is sold out