Could we create a universal way to share our location using just 3 words?
Join us for a chat with Ashley Cashion, and explore the possibilities on how solutions such as what3words can add value to your wayfinding and UX projects.
what3words is the simplest way to talk about location and the first system built for voice. Designed to make sure every place in the world has an address, what3words divided the world into 10ft squares, each with a unique 3 word address made from three random words. Now people can refer to any precise location – a stadium entrance, a tent at a festival or a parking spot – using three simple words.
For example ///fake.peanut.spot marks the entrance to our famous San Diego Zoo! what3words addresses are as accurate as GPS coordinates.
About our speaker Ashley Marie Cashion
Ashley heads what3words in the US, and is focused on developing partnerships with public safety, travel and entertainment, mobility and logistics companies. She joined what3words in the London HQ in 2017, taking the lead of the Automotive and Mobility team soon after, later opening the first US office for what3words.
Prior to what3words, Ashley spent nine years at CNN International, managing advertising sales across Africa and the Middle East from its London headquarters, with a stint in the UAE. She started her career at HGTV (Scripps Networks) in NYC, where she spent almost three years on the advertising sales team. Outside of the office, Ashley can usually be found chasing her toddler around, hiking or on the rare occasion painting!
Tickets are free and hosted via ZOOM by your SEGD San Diego Chapter. Join us from where ever you are in the world!
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