This video is about Nokia building maps. There’s an interesting snippet of 3D mapping walkthrough/flyover there, something that utilises the age old Nokia Maps 3D. Nokia’s map platform allows location based experiences from other OSes/internet OSes/web based etc.
Nokia’s got some serious mapping data going on. With Truck navigation, it can tell you about which path to take that’s best for the height, length and width of that vehicle so it doesn’t unnecessarily get stuck.
Because location is playing a central role in Nokia’s strategy, and because of its global footprint, quality and completeness of performance the Nokia Location Platform offers great opportunities for third parties to build upon. We provide the location platform solution they want, regardless of their business and/or screen strategy. We’ve invested in the platform, so they don’t have to, guaranteeing them fast, easy access to continuous
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- Nokia Location Platform explained | Siliconia.Nokia | November 8, 2012