Nokia has marked the development of a connected car as a major priority as it looks to tap into and move beyond mapping, navigation and location service technology that the company already provides carmakers, according to Executive Vice President Michael Halbherr. "As more cars get connected we have the opportunity to move up the stack from a content player to a platform player to a services player," he said in an interview. Nokia's plans include expanding into driverless cars and integrating its platform with public networks in ways that would reduce carbon emissions and save time.

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