Inclusive Smart Cities.

Our goal is to improve quality of life for all people living in cities. It’s about much more than just our technology. It begins with our focus on people and their needs.

There has been significant investment in accessibility across the globe, but this has not yet led to genuine freedom and independence for people with disabilities. An inclusive city must be accessible to people of all ages, languages and abilities. City streets, buildings, and other community spaces marginalize people who use a wheelchair, have sight impairments, or live with other disabilities. As populations age, people spend over a tenth of their life living with a disability on average.

Navigation solutions that are both reliable and accurate are vital to overcoming these challenges.

Deployed across a city, a neighbourhood, in a hospital or office, on university campuses or at shopping malls, Waymap provides anyone with the much-needed confidence, peace of mind and freedom to get anywhere.

Transport Networks.


Waymap gives people with disabilities, particularly vision-related, the freedom to travel with true independence.

Economic Value

Transit authorities and cities will see a reduction in demand for dial-a-ride services. This improves customer satisfaction scores and helps control costs.

Customer Satisfaction

Waymap’s data shows that a significant percentage of blind passengers would find using public transport independently much easier with Waymap available. It would also increase the number of passengers with disabilities travelling on the network.


Waymap help’s passenger greeting services operate more efficiently. Enabling passengers with disabilities and staff to find each other more easily avoids unnecessary journey disruption, stress and ensures network timetables run without disruption. This gives staff more time to focus on their other duties.

Waymap will improve customer satisfaction on public transport, increase ridership and keep networks running on schedule.