At CES 2024, HERE Technologies has announced a long-term collaboration with Uber Technologies to enhance its mapping capabilities internationally.

The new agreement, which builds on the two companies’ existing partnership, will see advanced location-aware tools and functions introduced to the Uber platform in the future, further improving user experience and efficiency across the ride-sharing business.

The partnership makes HERE Technologies one of Uber’s preferred location providers
Ajay Dalvi, Senior Director of Business Development at Uber, said:

The mapping capability is key to creating a fast and intuitive experience for on-demand mobility and delivery solutions. Ultimately, it’s all about ensuring end-users, from drivers to couriers to consumers, have the best possible experience when they’re using the Uber apps. In a fast moving world, Uber’s partnership with HERE helps enable Uber to remain a leader in this space with heightened fresh and accurate data, and we’re excited to continue building with them.

HERE’s technology will be used to improve mapping, geolocation functionalities and pickup and drop-off information.

Stuart Ryan, SVP and General Manager of the Americas at HERE Technologies, said:

We are proud to provide Uber with HERE’s robust point address and Points of Interest datasets.

The HERE platform uniquely offers Uber the ability to customize the app offering, improving the customer experience with better precision and fresh maps data. This partnership will continue to build and improve on the Uber platform, making it safer and more efficient for rides and deliveries around the world.


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