San Jose, CA (PRWEB) December 2, 2007
Navigation and Location 2007 has invited Nokia, a global leader of mobile communications, to outline their forward thinking strategies for converged navigation services at a speaking session on December 4th at the Navigation and Location 2007 conference, Hilton Hotel, San Jose CA.
Andrew Elliott, Director of Software & Services at Nokia in North America notes that the benefits of GPS and navigation in a stand-alone device continue to become more widely understood among consumers Building an integrated experience on connected mobile devices, Nokia is demonstrating the additional benefits of location based experiences that go beyond traditional navigation.
At the conference, Elliott will highlight the need to incorporate holistic approaches to location features and functionalities to drive the market forward to next generation status. Converged navigation devices will enable location technologies whilst encompassing communication, socializing and sharing features.
Conference Director Abbie Badcock comments, "Now is an incredibly thrilling time for the navigation and LBS industry. Navigation is no longer restricted to automotive turn by turn directions as traditional and innovate providers look to push the envelope to next generation status. I am really excited that Nokia will participate in our Navigation and Location 2007 event next week in San Jose and realize that the industry will need to take note of what this means for their future development strategies."
Elliott will be joined by over 50 speakers from navigation and LBS providers including Garmin, Panasonic, Navteq, Tele Atlas, MaqQuest at the Navigation and Location 2007 conference in San Jose, CA, Dec 4-5th. For more details visit:
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