Life at Sygic
Follow me, I know the way!
03. 04. 2017
There are moments at Sygic when we need more motivation than navigation. As was the case of this year's marathon :).
31. 01. 2017
As we have been growing steadily over the past few years, we decided to move our headquarters in Bratislava to a new spaceous office, designed to provide all our 170 professionals with informal working space where creativity can flourish :).
13. 01. 2017
What a great piece of news to start the new year with! Our Car Navigation app has become the first ever navigation to partner with Ford Motor Company and work with its car infotainment system.
02. 12. 2016
Some 20 kids gathered with their parents at Sygic on 2nd December to decorate the Christams tree and receive a sweet treat from St. Nicholas. Thank you little buddies for having created a unique Christmas atmosphere at our offices :).
28. 10. 2016
Friends of Europe, a European NGO has selected 40 established Young Leaders under the age of 40. Michal Stencl, founder and CEO of Sygic has beed included within the Class of 2017.
17. 10. 2016
Innovation Day is a great opportunity for all Sygeeks to spend two days working on their ideas that might result in a new cool feature or any other improvement concerning the company intself. This time, we joined forces with our Czech team!
17. 10. 2016
The 16th annual awards "IT GALA" took place on 12th October to recognize the most successful IT companies, projects and personalities. We are pleased to announce that Sygic became the IT company of the year!
07. 10. 2016
I've known Sygic ever since I came across a first smartphone with its GPS Navigation app. I knew it was a Slovak company, developing a first-class mobile application. This summer, after the app successfully got me and my friends to and from my holiday in Croatia, I stumbled upon the opportunity to join the new Sygic team in Brno. I knew straight away it was the right choice for me.
28. 09. 2016
Thousands of people die on the roads each day, which adds up to more than a million deaths per year. Each plane crash is a catastrophe that makes it into the headlines, but the millions of people dying on the roads is a tragedy often expressed as a mere statistic. There are already technologies that can eliminate these tragedies in the form of self-driving vehicles. Every carmaker now has its own technology for self-driving vehicles. But do they want to release them? What will happen next? What about deciding between economics or a moral dilemma?