Maps Navteq HERE 2018 Q4 64 Bit
we're now working on getting the new maps to people in the coming days and weeks. later on, as we continue working on the consumer side of the nokia brand, we'll be able to announce more on what that means for you, the consumer.
now, we are in the final stages of the here transaction. this is a large, complex transaction, and we want to ensure that as a company, we are in the best position to look to the future. to that end, we've also decided that after this transaction we will withdraw from the automotive market. i wish we were more entrepreneurial, but we haven't taken on a large enough business to be able to finance it while remaining a publicly traded company, and given our other priorities we've decided this is the best approach.
in many ways this business is not much different from nokia's purchase of 3com. it was about time for the world to have a leading service business, and the time was right for nokia. every time i told a company who had a mapping business that they were overbought, they told me to try later. this was a rare opportunity to buy a business that was already providing services and products to hundreds of thousands of nokia subscribers. the nokia name guarantees a unique combination of software, navigation, and mapping services. as we look at the world, there are more uses for mapping than perhaps ever before. there is a lot of room for imagination and innovation.
so the best way forward for customers, employees, shareholders, and all nokia stakeholders is to complete the nokia transaction on schedule with closing occurring by the end of the year. the nokia deal allows nokia and here to explore and create great new products and services for customers in the most innovative and rapidly growing sectors. d8a7b2ff72
here is an update on the apps in the store. the map apps are still in the "beta" stage, but the version i've been using on the new phone has been working well for me. i'm trying to get an accurate count, but i've only had about 20 or 30 apps come to the store. we've had a lot of apps in the past, and those were quite difficult to deal with since apple's approval process is manual and complex.
i'm really happy with the direction microsoft is taking with this product. while i'm not a fan of the app store, it's a lot simpler than the old app store, and the fact that the app developer doesn't have to do the work to upload the app to the store is a huge win. the approval process is also simplified. i can build a maps app and go to the store within days rather than months. it's great!
here map data is an automotive-grade database capable of powering a wide range of applications and tools. it contains the transportation network, administrative areas, and cartographic elements for over 200 countries, which is one of the main reasons why this navigation map data is used in over 150 million vehicles. whether you need map data for your fleet management software, your navigation system, or to ensure the best possible route for last-mile delivery, here technologies and korem can deliver it.
the one area where ai is used to an extent is in the autopilot. this is not a full level 5 autonomous system. this is a system that uses some ai, but no more than a human would. its main purpose is to aid the driver. the autopilot does not have to look for potholes and go around them. it does not have to avoid crashing into things. the autopilot is a safety system that does a bunch of things to help the driver and be a backup system.