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What3Words provides an address for every person and point on planet earth

What3Words is a revolutionary addressing system that pinpoints locations more precisely than conventional street addresses. The tool divides the world into 57 trillion 3 meter x 3 meter squares and assigns a unique combination of three words to each square. This enables more efficient aid and delivery services around the world - and it could actually save lives in disaster zones and informal settlements without street names.
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