July 28, 2016 8:09 AM ET

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Company Overview of Waze Mobile Limited

Company Overview

Waze Mobile Limited develops a community-based traffic and navigation mobile application. Its application allows users to join other drivers to share real-time traffic and road info; and provides developers integrative tools to access navigation, map view, and real-time data. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Raanana, Israel. As of June 11, 2013, Waze Mobile Limited operates as a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc.

25 Haharoshet Street

Raanana,  43561

Israel

Founded in 2008

Phone:

972 9 748 6437

Fax:

972 9 748 6436

Key Executives for Waze Mobile Limited

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 45
Co-founder and President
Co-founder and Vice President of Research & Development
Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer
Vice President of Community & Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Waze Mobile Limited Key Developments

Waze & FeeX Presents at Florida Wealth Management & Family Office Conference 2015, Dec-01-2015 01:50 PM

Waze & FeeX Presents at Florida Wealth Management & Family Office Conference 2015, Dec-01-2015 01:50 PM. Venue: The Ritz Carlton South Beach, Miami Beach, Florida, United States. Speakers: Uri Levine, Co-Founder.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh Announces Data-Sharing Partnership with Waze Aimed at Improving Traffic in Boston

Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced a new data-sharing partnership with Waze that allows Bostons drivers, cyclists and pedestrians to check real time traffic conditions on Bostons streets. The partnership will help improve traffic flow in Boston in two principal ways. First, the City will be able to share information on expected road closures with the 400,000 users of Waze in Greater Boston, helping them find the best way to get around town. Second, aggregated information on traffic reported by Waze users will be shared with the City's Traffic Management Center (TMC). This helps the City engineers adjust its 550 signalized intersections across the City, so that traffic can flow better. Data from Waze is already being used to augment information available from hundreds of intersection cameras citywide and inform traffic signal timing decisions by the Citys Traffic Management Center (TMC). This partnership will help engineers in the TMC respond to traffic jams, accidents and road hazards quicker, said Boston Transportation Department Commissioner Gina Fiandaca. And, looking forward, the Waze data will support in implementing - and measuring the results of - new congestion management strategies.

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