Nokia gps location tracking 472

 

"HERE’S automotive services are uniquely synergistic. Its cloud offering effectively complements its edge play. HERE seamlessly connects the edge to the cloud through its intelligent in-vehicle software and its Open Location Platform, which enables and extends numerous global and diverse clients’ end-to-end solutions."

“HERE’s Open Location Platform – the next generation of the company’s location platform – is making waves by kick starting an industry wide collaboration in vehicle based sensor data. This data is the foundation on which services for smart cities and connected cars can be developed. HERE’s continued improvement of the HD Live Maps solution is also helping car manufacturers quickly automate the driving experience.”

"The location ecosystem continues to evolve from two sharks HERE & Google to a Whale (HERE) and a Shark (Google) as HERE widens the gap with rivals. HERE’s biggest strength is its score of partnerships from component players, internet companies, technology companies to automotive OEMs."

Nokia gps location tracking 472

Nokia N97 was a high-end smartphone part of the Nseries multimedia smartphones from Nokia , announced on 2 December 2008 [2] [3] and released in June 2009 as the successor of the Nokia N96 . The N97 is Nokia's second S60 -based touchscreen phone, after the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic . [4] It features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The N97 runs on Symbian v9.4 (S60 5th Edition). A smaller 'mini' variant was later released.

The Nokia N97 was released in US flagship stores on 9 June 2009, [5] and on 26 June 2009 was released worldwide. In September 2009, two million N97 handsets had been reportedly sold in the three months following release. [6]

The initial software had mixed reception, prompting the release of new firmware in October 2009. Nokia released the new firmware with kinetic scrolling for the N97 to address the major issues present in the firmware the device launched with.

"HERE’S automotive services are uniquely synergistic. Its cloud offering effectively complements its edge play. HERE seamlessly connects the edge to the cloud through its intelligent in-vehicle software and its Open Location Platform, which enables and extends numerous global and diverse clients’ end-to-end solutions."

“HERE’s Open Location Platform – the next generation of the company’s location platform – is making waves by kick starting an industry wide collaboration in vehicle based sensor data. This data is the foundation on which services for smart cities and connected cars can be developed. HERE’s continued improvement of the HD Live Maps solution is also helping car manufacturers quickly automate the driving experience.”

"The location ecosystem continues to evolve from two sharks HERE & Google to a Whale (HERE) and a Shark (Google) as HERE widens the gap with rivals. HERE’s biggest strength is its score of partnerships from component players, internet companies, technology companies to automotive OEMs."