We are unifying all address systems, postal code systems, area code systems, geographic coordinate systems, map grid systems and property identifying systems in the world!
Current addresses are not available to the homes of 60% world population. They are language and culture dependent, long and inefficient, frequently missing, outdated and duplicated, poorly standardized and expensive to maintain.
Current postal codes are not defined in all countries, not valid across borders, not available to individual houses and buildings and expensive to maintain.
Current geographic coordinates are long and difficult to remember and communicate, poorly standardized in writing and geodetic datum dependent. Other representations of areas and locations are either inefficient or geographic coverage incomplete.
Therefore, we have developed Natural Area Coding System to unify all representations of locations and areas with highly efficient, language independent, worldwide unique and geographic coverage complete.
With Natural Area Codes (NACs), all mail pieces can be automatically sorted from world level to final household mailboxes and transported in most optimized routes.
Using NAC to specify locations, users of GPS navigation devices can save 80% of time in specifying destinations, avoid difficulty typing addresses with unfamiliar foreign characters, eliminate errors from duplicated, outdated, missing and non-standard addresses, and extend navigation services to all locations in the world no matter whether they are in cities or rural areas, forests or deserts, lakes or oceans.
With eight or ten character NACs ( note: ten character NACs are also called Universal Addresses), you are able to uniquely identify individual houses, buildings, doors, trees, manholes, fire hydrants, etc anywhere in the world such as NAC: H5Q2 R48Q for Eiffel Tower.
Using a NAC instead of longitude/latitude coordinates to retrieve the map of an area on any map app or GIS can save 90% of time. For example, you can input only 4 characters to get the map of the City of Paris (NAC: H5 R4) or Toronto (NAC: 8C Q8).
NACs help us enter the era of using digital and global addresses for all locating and mapping applications.