Vismo exhibiting at ASIS Europe 2023 in Rotterdam

Vismo will be exhibiting at ASIS Europe 2023 – From Risk to Resilience, in Rotterdam (NL). Taking place from 21st – 23rd March, the event attracts Europe’s most established and aspiring security leaders with a focus on the latest technology and innovation.

Vismo is ready to showcase its award-winning technology, which utilises the sophisticated location services of a mobile phone or a satellite device to track, locate and protect employees working locally, in a rural area, or travelling globally. We will demonstrate how you can understand the location and risk status of your employees in real-time, anywhere in the world, and if an incident occurred, how you can instantly notify them though our Mass Notification solution to provide appropriate advice and send critical information to help keep them safe.

We will have a range of handheld satellite and mobile devices on hand, which fully integrate into the Vismo platform, enabling users to benefit from features such as accurate Location Reporting, Red Alerts, and Geo-Fencing.

What’s new for 2023?

Vismo is continuously improving customer experience and this year is no exception. The Vismo team are working behind the scenes on developing a new version of the Vismo App that will launch this spring, that will transform the interface, providing users with a more intuitive experience. This will encourage app users to be more interactive and consider risk. Alongside this update, there will be a new licence structure to make it much simpler for employers to identify what solution they need. If you want to hear more about the new app and delve into the new licence structures, then stop by booth #C6 and have a chat with the Vismo team.

We are looking forward to these updates launching and the impact they will have on both new and existing customers.

If you are attending ASIS Europe 2023, come and visit the Vismo team at booth #C6, where you can explore the latest version of the software and products, and trail Vismo for yourself.

For more information on Vismo or have any enquiries, please contact or phone +44 (0) 1904 616666 (UK and RoW) or +1 866 815 9128 (USA).

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Expanding device portfolio to protect employees in challenging locations

The Garmin Montana 700i is a handheld satellite GPS device that can be used in areas with no mobile coverage allowing an employer to track and locate an employee in areas where mobile infrastructure may have collapsed, due to military action or a natural disaster, or in areas where there simply isn’t any mobile network. These isolated locations present a challenge when trying to locate an employee in the event of a crisis.

To support the ongoing demand, Vismo is introducing the Garmin Montana 700i to its product portfolio. The 700i is ideal for employees working in remote locations and often in challenging conditions, where reliable communication is essential, no matter where they are in the world or how long they are out in the field.

Satellite devices programmed with Vismo provide employees peace of mind knowing they can be tracked, contacted, and protected in the event of an emergency by their employer. The 700i works across the 100% global Iridium network, is MIL-STD-810 certified and has more than 18 hours of battery life in GPS mode.

Two-way messaging capabilities using SMS, email messaging and dialling are incorporated, making communication with remote teams quick and easy. The 700i is also compatible with Vismo features such as panic alerts, geo-fencing, location reporting and mass notification.

For more information about the Garmin Montana 700i and to download individual product sales sheets, visit our range of devices.

About Vismo

Vismo is a world leader in location technology on mobile devices and is best known for its “locate & protect” smartphone app, which is currently being used by hundreds of our customers to help assess the risk and give appropriate advice to travellers in high-risk areas.

Interested to understand more about Vismo and how we can help you and your employees? Contact our team today for more information or to request a demo.


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Looking after employees, including lone workers, in this era of flexible working

Flexible, or “flexi”, working, also known as hybrid working, presents specific challenges to employer organisations. Regardless of whether or not they have a duty of care policy in place, employers have a duty to ensure their employees are safe in their workplace, wherever they are working. That can throw up particular challenges because many employees no longer work in a fixed place, a situation that changes day by day in some cases.

Gone are the days when senior executives were the ones most likely to work flexibly. The work and duty of care landscape has changed beyond recognition, with the result that new approaches to, and tools to optimise, duty of care, are coming under the spotlight.

The Changing Working Environment

Driven in the past two years by the Covid-19 pandemic, and by the increasingly widespread use of mobile computing, the idea of what comprises a workplace has changed. Another driver, lagging those two factors, is their financial consequence: office rental costs, which can be reduced through partial office closure, in tandem in some cases with the use of lower cost satellite offices.

The main point here, of course, is the rise and rise of working from home, or WFH, since the pandemic started. Some think the pendulum has swung too much to WFH. The result is an emerging compromise that includes a mixed of home and office working, and/ or using hot-desking at work or workspaces away from the office.

The new work landscape, which includes various working-on-the-move environments – typically mixed with WFH and some time spent in an office – requires risks to employees to be assessed.

Assessing Risk

A first or early step is the risk assessment, historically the foundation for the rollout of health and safety regulations in an organisation. Assessments of this type are a useful way for management to identify patterns of risk. HR/H&S and security personnel can then step in to address ways of reducing, and better managing, risks to employees.

For employees working in different locations at different times, senior management might want to look at the most effective way to communicate  with staff when necessity requires it.  “Necessity” is typically driven by emergencies – or anticipated emergencies such as a weather storm or a terrorist incident, although both can happen with little or no warning. But necessity can include mental health emergencies unrelated to external events.   

A communication method that overcomes reluctance by staff to check their emails, SMS or other messaging app on a regular basis is ideal.  

One other point for consideration is the increasing number of employees who spend more time on their own than before the pandemic, and say they feel more isolated. Employers of lone workers should take appropriate measures to check on their wellbeing. It’s important to involve employees in any wellbeing programme before it’s fully implemented, to help ensure buy-in by the lone workers and therefore optimise the programmne’s effectiveness.

Pro & Cons For Lone Working

WFH or remotely as a lone worker can be beneficial to both employer and employee. Increased employee productivity can be one benefit to the employer – if only because the employee doesn’t spend time commuting to and from the office, and, in addition, might suffer from fewer distractions when working. An advantage for the employee is the sense of freedom, and trust from their employer, they can enjoy. Another is the flexi approach to work, especially if it’s desired by the employee. 

Other benefits for employers are (i) savings on some office costs, in some cases at least  (ii) expansion of the corporate presence in strategic locations, achieved by having more staff in any desired number of locations.

A “con” for lone workers is the sense of isolation that some will experience if only because of a lack of the direct supervision they may prefer. One-to-one or group virtual meetings can be useful in giving them direction and keeping them focused and supported.

Legal & Safety Points

The employer organisation is responsible for the health, safety and welfare not only of its employees but also of any on-site contractors, self-employed/freelance workers or volunteers; in some case, wherever they are working, not just on-site.

Although working alone on- or off-site is usually be very safe, the law does require organisations to consider, and deal with, any health and safety risk that might arise. Measures to help create a working environment that is safe (or the safest possible!) for lone workers can be different to what is expected for other staff. One difference is based around “Is the employee fit and healthy enough to work on their own, and does their workplace, whatever and wherever it is, present a risk to them?”

Systems to keep in touch with employees and be able to respond promptly to requests (or even just a hint of a request) for help are useful. On the other hand, staff and self-employed workers have responsibilities to take reasonable care of themselves – and, where relevant, others in the workplace. They also have a responsibility to co-operate with their organisation in meeting its legal obligations.

Employers’ Responsibilities Around Employee Safety

It’s a given that employers should do their best to protect the health, safety and welfare of their staff, and, to an extent, others, including freelances, who come into the corporate orbit. This means ensuring that staff and others are given protection from anything that may cause them harm – typically by controlling risks to injury or health that can arise in any place of work, the home and elsewhere included. This is where risk assessments can be so useful.

Consequently, employers must give information about risks in the workplace(s), and how staff are protected, including via training on how to deal with or reduce the risks. Likewise, employers are obligated to consult employees on health and safety issues, via line managers or health and safety representatives appointed by a trade union or elected by the workforce.

Managing Stress & Supporting Staff Mental Health

Managing work-related stress among employees involves understanding what is generally acceptable “normal” behaviour, and therefore being able to recognise abnormal behavior, preferably at an early stage.

Feeling poorly managed, overwhelmed or mistreated in the workplace can worsen negative mental health conditions, even in the best or better performing staff. Employers have a legal responsibility, within reason, to help.

Any poor contact – e.g. where lone workers and other employees can feel “disconnected”, abandoned or isolated – between management and lone workers etc can be remedied.  Solutions include management and staff agreeing on a time to keep in touch, whether by virtual one-to-one or group meetings or meeting face-to-face. Solutions can also include improving relationships with co-workers and management, if necessary.

Meetings can include updating staff with the latest company or office news, and encouraging lone workers in particular to attend social events and activities. It’s important to ensure lone workers are consulted about changes that have implications for them. Consultation could lead to training courses aimed at improving  employees’ work standards and to initiating employee safety and wellbeing programmes.

The mental health charity Mind underlines risks to not paying attention to mental health in the workplace.  “Our research confirms that a culture of fear and silence around mental health is costly to employers”, Mind points out. Its research findings include…

  • More than one in five (21%) employees admitted they called in sick to avoid work when asked how workplace stress had affected them
  • 14% agreed they had resigned and 42% had considered resigning when asked how workplace stress had affected them
  • 30% of staff disagreed with the statement “I would feel able to talk openly with my line manager if I was feeling stressed”
  • 56% of employers said they would like to do more to improve staff wellbeing but don’t feel they have the right training or guidance

Proving the success of steps/programmes designed to help employees

Budgeting pressures don’t make it easy for HR or employee safety departments to showcase their success stories. They must also handle duty of care obligations in what can be a tightening budget. Within this context, showcasing success to senior management has a role to play.

Success stories can cover improved employee retention, lower absenteeism and overall improved wellbeing – and improvements in productivity. Successes like these might mean the current budget remains intact. However, more detail could be required to prove ROI.

HR or employee safety departments should work out at least the approximate net cost of a programme by determining how much it costs to implement, then subtracting the cost savings associated with it. The financial aspects – e.g. cost outcome analysis, cost-effective analysis or cost-benefit analysis – of health and safety programmes should be addressed. These analyses have their uses, but one may be more appropriate for showcasing than the others.

Proving cost savings can be a challenge, which is why is it’s crucial to demonstrate – quantitatively – that a programme is having a positive impact. Matching visibility built on solid foundations with financial accuracy is key.

Technology-Based Approaches

Deploying risk reduction and associated health and safety programmes can be made much easier through the use of a smartphone app, which links to a server-based dashboard managed by an appropriate department. The app enables employers to initiate, build and maintain better communications – and relations – with lone workers and other staff wherever they are nationally or internationally.

Management or team leaders can oversee communications that include mass-mailouts of messages alerting staff to actual or anticipated risk to wellbeing, including risk to life, incidents. Mailouts also can be about new health and safety guidelines, and include psychologically-supportive messages designed to optimise the mental wellbeing of all or selected staff.

Apps like this are not solely one-way, top-down. Employees can proactively use them whenever they wish to communicate to the HR/H&S or security department about risk-to-health-or-life situations they are in or expect to find themselves in. They can also use apps to communicate about high levels of stress or unhappiness they are experiencing.

Vismo’s solution for communication is Vismo Notify – Vismo Notify – Vismo.

To Conclude

To conclude – in this era of flexi working we increasingly find ourselves in, steps can be taken by management to help ensure that optimum levels of employee wellbeing are aimed for and attained. A starting point, to recap, is a risk assessment, followed by a review of the programmes and tools that can help all in an organisation – senior executives included. Yes, they too can require help.

Vismo and ISO 31030 – Travel risk management guidance for organisations.

Organisations have had no choice but to continually adapt to change over the last few years, especially when it comes to protecting their travelling employees. Pre Covid-19, organisations worried about outdated passports and weather delays. Nowadays it’s Covid passports, fewer airline staff, and potential quarantining. Yet despite continually adapting, how can organisations best serve and protect their employees in an increasingly unpredictable world?

What is ISO 31030?

Before ISO 31030’s inception, there were no universal guidelines for travel risk management. Organisations had to use their best judgment when implementing travel safety policy and procedures, creating gaps in wider efforts around people risk management.

ISO 31030 covers all aspects of corporate travel and is written so that it may be applied to a range of contexts and travel requirements. It provides guidance to those looking to create or improve their travel risk management strategy while ensuring the safety of any travelling employee.

Benefits of ISO 31030?

With borders reopening and more and more employees now travelling across the globe, organisations must provide a duty of care and consider the additional risks that come with employees being constantly on the move. By standardising travel risk management, ISO 31030 helps create and promote a culture where travel-related risk is formally acknowledged while being adequately resourced and effectively managed. Incorporating ISO 31030 standards will benefit any organisation by enhancing its reputation and credibility amongst its customer base – and also by improving worker confidence in travel-related health, safety, and security arrangements.

Vismo helps customers adhere to ISO 31030

To summarise, with expanding duty of care responsibilities and risks to business travellers on the rise, companies must find new ways to alleviate the anxieties of business travel, while keeping travelling employees safe. Vismo does this through our world-leading GPS tracking Locate & Protect App.

Whether your teams operate globally, locally or in a hybrid capacity, Vismo can help you manage and mitigate the risks your employees face each day. Around the clock and in all time-zones, Vismo currently locates and protects over 450,000 mobile staff, delivering true peace of mind and cost benefit to employers and employees alike.

Vismo provides Global Traveller, Lone Worker, Hybrid Worker and Mass Notification applications that instantly locate employees – and come with protective features such as Incident Management, Red Alert and Geo-Fencing. Furthermore, our range of devices and apps come with world-class travel risk intelligence feeds from our partnerships with Riskline and Dataminr.

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Satellite devices available at Vismo

As a result of military escalations in Ukraine and organisations sending their workers to remote corners of the globe, where mobile coverage is either patchy or non-existent, there is now a worldwide shortage of satellite phones and tracking devices. The demand is so high that Vismo strongly advises all our current and potential customers to contact us now if they need devices for current critical or urgent deployment.

All of the satellite solutions Vismo offer, such as the Garmin InReach Mini 2 and Iridium Extreme 9575, work from “Pole to Pole” giving global coverage in those areas where there is no mobile coverage or where the mobile infrastructure has been impacted by military action or natural disasters. In these situations, the only way you will be able to locate, track, and monitor the movements of your remote employees, in order to maximise communications and minimise risks they might face, is by deploying some form of satellite solution.

All Vismo supplied satellite solutions have two way messaging capabilities making communication with remote teams quick and easy. All devices are compatible with Vismo features such as Panic Alert and Geo-Fencing and send regular reports back to the Vismo Secure Portal.

Vismo is a world leader in location technology on mobile devices and is best known for its “locate & protect” smartphone app, which is currently being used by hundreds of our customers across Ukraine and its border regions to reduce risk, however our range of satellite devices is continuing to grow. For more information on our range of devices, how we can secure satellite devices and to download individual product sales sheets please click here.

Vismo announces partnership with Riskline

Vismo and Riskline today announced a key partnership together, providing clients with accurate location services tallied with high quality risk related intelligence.

Vismo offers accurate location services to help organisations better protect their employees through better understanding risks associated with their locations and monitoring any alerts that may be raised. Riskline provides high quality intelligence which is human-verified and analysed, to ensure organisations can quickly respond when an incident or event occurs. Alerts are organised into 7 different risk categories, ensuring organisations receive the most relevant risks to their employees and their location. Riskline also provide detailed data on COVID-19 at country and regional level. Using this information, organisations can more easily understand requirements for travelling, entry and local restrictions, ensuring employees are more prepared and aware of potential risks.

This new exciting partnership provides key benefits for clients to receive high-quality intelligence to better inform employees of potential risks or provide crucial information in an incident. With the use of Vismo, organisations can easily identify when an employee is near an incident, enabling employers to easily provide support to those who are in the affected areas. This ensures organisations are prepared for when an incident does occur as well as better managing risks proactively based on staff proximity to at-risk areas.

Emanuele Scansani, Director of Partnerships at Riskline, states, “We are thrilled to partner with Vismo and bring together Riskline’s human-verified destination intelligence and alerts, with Vismo’s leading location technology. Companies will have the tools they need to ensure their employees are safe wherever they are, a necessity at a time when there is an unprecedented focus on duty of care.”

Craig Swallow, Vismo CEO, comments “Our partnership with Riskline provides our clients with high-quality intelligence alongside accurate location services from Vismo. Organisations can easily understand when an incident occurs using both services and immediately provide support to employees, ensuring safety is at the forefront of planning.”

This partnership demonstrates the dedication to help organisations better protect their employees and ensure they are prepared for when an incident occurs.

About Vismo

Established in 2012 with offices in York, UK, and New Jersey, USA, Vismo provides location monitoring and safety solutions to more than 300 client organisations, helping protect more than 450,000 Vismo App users globally. Vismo uses GPS, Wi-Fi access points and cell tower ID to locate and protect individuals locally and globally through the app on smartphones, tablets, personal trackers and satellite devices.

The app is specifically designed to help all employees, who are travelling, lone working away from home or working from home.

Many FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies, NGO agencies and a growing number of SMEs and organisations in the public sector use Vismo as part of their duty of care towards their employees. For more information please visit

About Riskline

Riskline is a leading travel risk intelligence company in operation since 2007 and based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Riskline’s world-class information and analysis services are trusted by small business and Fortune 500 companies across a wide range of industries. For more information please visit

Vismo smartphone apps play a vital role in preparing employers for any eventuality.

Critical risks that impact global travelling employees can sometimes happen very quickly, for example a terrorist attack or a sudden weather warning, but sometimes critical risks can show signs of building over time, even falling in risk before suddenly reappearing. A current example is the the immediate threat of Russian invasion in Ukraine. In this scenario, Vismo and its locate & protect smartphone apps can play a vital role in making sure an employer is prepared for any eventuality. For those very rapidly developing risks, its often the geographically targeted mass notification feature that provides the greatest value for employers. Vismo mass notification feature allows users to send immediate & critical information to its employees, whether it be to a large group or to selected individuals, anywhere in the world. For those more gradual and building risks, it can be helpful to keep a constant eye on where staff are in relation to the changing risk picture as well as seeing their location trails over a given period. Using location trails on Vismo smartphone apps will help detail the employee’s known day to day travel patterns, meaning they can be warned if those routes will take them into, or close to, an at-risk location.

Another benefit to using Vismo smartphone apps in high risk areas is our geo-fence technology. The employer can add virtual geo-fences around high-risk areas or places of safety to alert the necessary teams when travellers enter or exit these zones. A company’s appropriate teams would all immediately receive notifications letting them know of the ongoing situation so they can respond accordingly. With the current crisis in Ukraine, we’ve found a number of Vismo customers have used this feature to put a geo-fence along or around country/city borders so when workers pass through a notification occurs. This saves time for teams that can then focus primarily on those in higher areas of risk.

Now, more than ever, and in critical risk situations like Ukraine, responsible employers have a desire to locate and protect their lone and travelling workers so if they are in what could be described as hostile environments, the security team and those involved are fully prepared. We highly recommend implementing Vismo locate and protect smartphone apps onto your employee’s smartphone or tablet devices before travelling. Implementing Vismo to improve worker safety can deliver efficiency gains, provide a clear ROI and help staff feel safer and more looked after. Vismo prides itself on aiding your security teams and managers in easily locating and communicating with staff when there is any type of risk and has done this so far throughout the current Ukrainian crisis. Vismo has supported hundreds of travelling employees spreading from city centres such as Kiev & Donetsk to the Ukrainian/Russian boarder and will continue to do so.

Interested to understand more about how Vismo could help you and your staff? Contact our team today for more information on everything Vismo, or for a demonstration of Vismo locate & protect apps.


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Vismo announces the launch of the Vismo Monitor App

The Vismo Monitor App is now live and available to help organisations better manage alerts triggered by employees. The new Monitor App delivers notifications and alerts directly to a mobile device of designated administrators to ensure support can be immediately provided, even if they are away from their PC.

All of the important details are displayed such as the individuals last known location on the map, the time and date the alert was activated, phone number and email address and an audio recording from when the alert was activated. The administrator can directly call the individual from the Monitor App, ensuring a quick and efficient process.

The Monitor App ensures employers have all of the necessary information to hand so they can act quickly when a staff member finds them in a critical situation. This provides organisations with an easy-to-use tool to ensure they can closely monitor and respond to alerts. Employees gain peace of mind knowing their monitoring teams have all the information they need to provide support, even when they are away from their desks.

Vismo helps organisations better protect their employees in many different industries, from those travelling globally to those who have staff who work alone in the community.

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Business travel is back, are you prepared?

Recent statistics show business travel is on the rise, which has meant Vismo has seen a significant increase in enquiries over the past few months about protecting traveling employees. In recent weeks, the US has re-opened their borders to foreign visitors after 20 months, a significant move for the travel industry. As the world adapting and slowly returning to normal, many employees are keen to get back to business travel and see customers and sites face to face.

COVID-19 has increased risks for organisations and travellers, meaning there are additional risks to take into consideration and manage. Organisations need to understand the COVID risk at the destination and implement measures for employees to easily raise an alert if there is a problem or emergency.

Five ways to improve the safety of business travellers:

  1. Provide travellers with a Red Alert feature to quickly get help in an emergency
  2. Inform travelers of high-risk areas
  3. Provide a discreet location monitoring solution to ensure travellers can be located
  4. Implement a way to mass notify travellers in an emergency
  5. Ensure two-way communication is available to provide support when required

Vismo can help organisations better manage and mitigate business risk by keeping employees safe and informed. While doing so, staff gain peace of mind knowing they can easily raise an alert in an emergency and receive assistance. 

For organisations to easily identify when employees have entered a high-risk or safe area, virtual geo-fences can be created on the Vismo Secure Portal. Employers are automatically alerted when a user enters or exits one of these areas via SMS and Email. This enables organisations to be more informed about potential risks and this can be passed onto the employee, through the two-way messaging on the Vismo App and the Vismo Secure Portal. Employees also have visibility of the geo-fences through the Vismo App to provide clear awareness of the risks at their destination. 

Using Vismo, organisations can easily send mass notifications to employees through the Vismo Portal. This could be to all employees or those in a specific geo-graphic area. This enables employers to quickly provide crucial information in the event of an emergency. Organisations have control over the message content, delivery method and response options, providing full flexibility within an easy-to-use system.

Risks for those who travel have always existed but the ongoing need to manage COVID-19 has led many of our clients to ensure they are able to locate and protect all of their staff, now more than ever. Vismo helps organisations manage travel risks with the simple deployment of our Vismo Locate & Protect App & Portal. Users benefit from a Red Alert feature, Check-Ins and Mass Notifications and many more.

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Vismo to use what3words location technology to help organisations protect their employees

Vismo has announced the rollout of what3words location technology into the Vismo Secure Portal, to help organisations respond to incidents more effectively and keep their employees as safe as possible.

When a user presses the Red Alert or misses a Check-In on the Vismo App, administrators will receive an email and SMS notification with the details, including the what3words address, enabling organisations to find and get resources to the scene.

Craig Swallow, Vismo CEO, says, “Integrating what3words into our platform gives Vismo an extra edge in helping our clients and their employees. It gives administrators – those involved in the escalation process at the client end – a simple way of understanding the precise location of one or more employees. In an incident, it’s critically important to be able to convey information quickly and easily to administrators. Valuable time, and therefore lives and wellbeing, can be saved.

“Using what3words is especially useful in rural or unknown areas, where, using traditional means, finding a precise location can be difficult.”    

Swallow adds, “Emergencies, from a road collision in the middle of the countryside to an incident outside a sports or music stadium gate, can happen anywhere. In an emergency, identifying precisely where help is needed is key. The what3words approach to location identification uses a combination of three words that is unique to a location.  ///clean.fairly.hype, for example, is very useful to have – and is helping to save precious time, resources and lives every day.”

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About what3words

Find your what3words address:

Co-founded in London in 2013 by Chris Sheldrick, what3words is the simplest way to talk about location. The system covers the entire world, never needs updating, and works offline. A what3words address is a human-friendly way to share very precise locations with other people, or to input them into platforms and machines such as ride-hailing apps or e-commerce checkouts. It is optimised for voice input and contains built-in error prevention to immediately identify and correct input mistakes.

The free what3words app, available for iOS and Android, and the online map enable people to find, share and navigate to what3words addresses in 50 languages to date. Millions of what3words addresses are in use around the world, with thousands of businesses using them to save money, be more efficient and provide a better customer experience. what3words is integrated into apps, platforms and websites, with just a few lines of code. Products are available for free or for a nominal fee for qualifying NGOs. Its partners include Mercedes-Benz, Triumph Motorcycles, Premier Inn, the AA and many emergency services across the world. what3words has a team of over 100 people, across offices in the UK, USA, Germany and Ulaanbaatar Mongolia. The company has raised over £100 million in capital from investors such as Intel, Aramex, Deutsche Bahn, Subaru and the Sony Investment Fund.