jasonh300 wrote:House number data comes from Bing in most cases. This data is fed to waze as latitude and longitude and Waze routes you to those coordinates. So in most cases, house numbers aren't needed.
However, there are always exceptions, and bad Bing data, so there is a House number feature that's currently in beta testing and should be released to the general public some time in the near future.
WeeeZer14 wrote:aladincz wrote:Live map shows right result V Bezovce 1362/32, 301 00 Pilsen, Czech Republic but map is blank. No roads, no streets, even city is missing .
Be sure you are looking at the right server infrastructure: http://www.waze.com/wiki/index.php/Banks_of_Servers
WeeeZer14 wrote:Okay, now I am getting mixed results. Before I'd get the exact location if I was zoomed out to see most of Europe. If I was zoomed in on the city, I'd only get suggestions.
Just now trying to repeat those results, I only get the suggestions no matter the zoom level.
BUT, if I open a new Incognito window in Chrome (to be sure I have a fresh browsing session), I get the initial results again where I will get the exact location if I am zoomed out.
WeeeZer14 wrote:Both www and world are beta testing the ability to edit address numbers directly in the Waze map editor. Eventually this data can supplement/override the address info from other sources.
Zirland wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:I looked but haven't found whether Czech addressing style has been submitted to Waze from their request.
Of course we got into contact with Waze and explained everything.
jasonh300 wrote:Rokcet wrote:What do you mean "Waze does not contain house numbers"?
When I enter an address complete with house number Waze generally guides me to within 60 feet of that house number. So apparently Waze knows very well how to deal with them.
Outside of the U.S. and other basemapped countries without Bing or Google lookups, it can be a problem. There are also areas in the U.S. that are either not in the house number database, or are wildly incorrect.
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