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Nokia propose son logiciel de cartographie pour équiper les voitures connectées

Le groupe finlandais Nokia a annoncé de nouvelles fonctionnalités pour son service de cartographie, "Here", qui lui permettront d'être intégré dans les véhicules. En associant un système de navigation et des fonctionnalités Cloud, le fabricant de smartphones espère surfer sur la tendance des véhicules connectés.

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Nokia propose son logiciel de cartographie pour équiper les voitures connectées
Nokia propose son logiciel de cartographie pour équiper les voitures connectées © Nokia

- HERE Auto is the first embedded in-car navigation experience that delivers the right map at the right moment with and without a data connection. Drivers can get turn by turn voice guided navigation in 95 countries and 2D, 3D and satellite map views including street level imagery. In the future, car makers will be able to easily extend the HERE Auto experience using a software development kit (SDK) to create entertainment and other applications, such as in the areas of music and social networking. HERE Auto is already integrated in Continental's next generation Open Infotainment Platform. HERE is also working with partners such as Magneti Marelli and others to bring HERE Auto to the market in the coming months.

- HERE Auto Cloud provides drivers with always-on access to several dynamic services such as real-time traffic updates, helping drivers avoid congested areas, road closures or blockages that occur en route. Drivers can also get recommendations on places to eat, parking spots, information on where to charge an electric vehicle or where to find the most inexpensive fuel.

- HERE Auto Companion, a customizable mobile and web application, keeps drivers connected outside of the car allowing them to synchronize their favorite places and routes across their devices so that they won't need to re-enter their route when they get in the driver's seat. Car makers can tap assets from the existing HERE suite such as walking navigation, public transit routes and even indoor venue maps to build custom mobile applications. Drivers could use the app to remotely find their car with their device using LiveSight augmented reality technology and check the car's vital stats such as fuel levels and tire pressure.

- HERE Traffic has been radically improved by "Halo," our new engine that processes data quickly and accurately. Every month we're collecting ever greater numbers of high-quality data, such as probe points and sensor information to deliver real-time information such as weather, traffic congestion, road construction and other factors that affect a drive. With our new Traffic product drivers get improved travel time estimates, so they can better plan their routes and quickly re-route on the go.

"By 2016, the majority of consumers in mature markets will consider in-vehicle web-based data access a key criterion in their automotive purchase," said Thilo Koslowski, VP of Automotive at Gartner. "Successful connected vehicle solutions will add value to the connected driver's digital lifestyle and enable integrated cross-device experiences relevant for people everyday."

- See more at: http://press.nokia.com/2013/08/30/here-connects-the-car-to-the-cloud-introducing-the-most-complete-connected-driving-offer-on-the-market/#sthash.3L0NDbPR.dpuf

- HERE Auto is the first embedded in-car navigation experience that delivers the right map at the right moment with and without a data connection. Drivers can get turn by turn voice guided navigation in 95 countries and 2D, 3D and satellite map views including street level imagery. In the future, car makers will be able to easily extend the HERE Auto experience using a software development kit (SDK) to create entertainment and other applications, such as in the areas of music and social networking. HERE Auto is already integrated in Continental's next generation Open Infotainment Platform. HERE is also working with partners such as Magneti Marelli and others to bring HERE Auto to the market in the coming months.

- HERE Auto Cloud provides drivers with always-on access to several dynamic services such as real-time traffic updates, helping drivers avoid congested areas, road closures or blockages that occur en route. Drivers can also get recommendations on places to eat, parking spots, information on where to charge an electric vehicle or where to find the most inexpensive fuel.

- HERE Auto Companion, a customizable mobile and web application, keeps drivers connected outside of the car allowing them to synchronize their favorite places and routes across their devices so that they won't need to re-enter their route when they get in the driver's seat. Car makers can tap assets from the existing HERE suite such as walking navigation, public transit routes and even indoor venue maps to build custom mobile applications. Drivers could use the app to remotely find their car with their device using LiveSight augmented reality technology and check the car's vital stats such as fuel levels and tire pressure.

- HERE Traffic has been radically improved by "Halo," our new engine that processes data quickly and accurately. Every month we're collecting ever greater numbers of high-quality data, such as probe points and sensor information to deliver real-time information such as weather, traffic congestion, road construction and other factors that affect a drive. With our new Traffic product drivers get improved travel time estimates, so they can better plan their routes and quickly re-route on the go.

"By 2016, the majority of consumers in mature markets will consider in-vehicle web-based data access a key criterion in their automotive purchase," said Thilo Koslowski, VP of Automotive at Gartner. "Successful connected vehicle solutions will add value to the connected driver's digital lifestyle and enable integrated cross-device experiences relevant for people everyday."

- See more at: http://press.nokia.com/2013/08/30/here-connects-the-car-to-the-cloud-introducing-the-most-complete-connected-driving-offer-on-the-market/#sthash.3L0NDbPR.dpuf

Nokia part à la conquête des véhicules connectés. Le groupe finlandais a annoncé vendredi 30 août de nouvelles fonctionnalités dédiées à l'automobile pour son service de cartographie, "Here", lancé en novembre 2012. Elles seront présentées à l'occasion du salon automobile de Francfort, qui ouvre ses portes le 12 septembre prochain.

Rester connecté

Le système de navigation "Here Drive", déjà disponible sur les appareils du fabricant finlandais équipés de Windows Phone, a été optimisé pour une utilisation en voiture, explique Nokia, qui met également l'accent sur la connectivité. Les services de "Here Auto Cloud" permettront ainsi au système de prendre en compte le trafic en temps réel et de recommander des endroits où se garer, faire le plein ou encore recharger son véhicule électrique.

L'application étant connectée à l'ordinateur de bord, il sera aussi possible de consulter des données concernant l'état du véhicule comme la pression des pneus, le niveau d'essence, etc... Plus original, une application permet de retrouver son véhicule dans un parking grâce à son smartphone. En associant géolocalisation et réalité augmentée, le conducteur peut ainsi visualiser en un coup d'oeil l'emplacement de sa voiture sur l'écran de son téléphone.

Un élement important dans le choix du véhicule

Nokia estime qu'à partir de 2016 la connectivité sera devenu un élement décisif dans la décision d'achat d'un véhicule. La nouvelle plateforme connectée de Continental disposera ainsi des nouvelles fonctionnalités de "Here". Un premier bon signal pour Nokia, qui espère voir la commercialisation des premiers véhicules équipés de son interface d'ici quelques mois.

Pour favoriser le développement de son interface, le groupe finlandais comptera également sur des contrats avec les nombreux constructeurs qui utilisaient déjà les sytèmes GPS conçus par Navteq, société rachetée par Nokia en 2008 pour développer des services de cartographie numérique.

Julien Bonnet

 
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