Naviaddress is a new system of addressing any place and any object with simple numbers.
Currently, there are 2 major technologies commonly used to identify locations - postal addresses and geotags (latitude and longitude).
Each of these technologies has its pros and cons.
Postal addresses have different formats in different countries, and many places don't have postal addresses or are too large for a single address (stadiums, parks, shopping malls).
They are also very long, difficult to understand in written form and are hard to pronounce (even in the local language).
Geotags are more precise and convenient. But they still have considerable limitations. Even though you can assign a geotag to any place on Earth, you can't use it as an address. A geotag is also difficult to write down and almost impossible to communicate verbally.
Naviaddress combines advantages of both technologies and eliminates their flaws. A Naviaddress is both a conventional address and a geotag.
You don't have to specify country, region, city, street, latitude or longitude. It is already conveniently and accurately encoded in each Naviaddress.
And Naviaddress is very easy to remember, because it is made from the simple, everyday numbers you already know - country and regional phone code, house and index numbers.
In the near future Naviaddress will be used not only to get to places, but also to receive post and shipments.
Each Naviaddress is also a web page. Along with the naviaddress itself, it automatically contains the customary postal address, name, description and a lot of additional information - web-site, phone number.