Nokia Service Suite

Feedsee Mobility : Nokia Service Suite : Software that automated cellular and WLAN connectivity provided presence-specific services

ServiceIn 2006, Nokia Service Suite ws a software solution that automates connectivity over available access methods like cellular and WLAN, and provided preferred location and presence-specific services to the user. The product could simplify any communication application: the download and upload of rich media, including pictures, music, video podcasts, email and voice. By automating connectivity, the platform combined cellular and Wi-Fi access. Available for all Nokia WLAN enabled dual mode devices, the open platform could be used for other WLAN enabled devices. The VoIP framework, based on SIP-protocol, was integrated into its interface.

Presence-specific services are digital offerings that use real-time location and identity data to provide relevant, personalized content and services to users. This technology has a broad range of applications across various industries. Here's a breakdown of some of the uses:

  1. Location-Based Marketing: Companies can send targeted advertisements or promotions to customers who are near their physical locations. For instance, a retail store might send a coupon to a customer's smartphone when they are in or near the store.
  2. Navigation and Maps: Real-time GPS services can offer users driving or walking directions based on their current location. Traffic updates, parking information, or public transport schedules can also be provided based on the user's location and intended destination.
  3. Social Networking: Apps can use location data to help users find friends nearby or check into locations. For example, a user could receive a notification when a friend checks into a nearby restaurant, or they could use location tagging to share their location on social media.
  4. Local Services: Apps can use location data to provide information about nearby services. This might include finding the closest petrol station, restaurant, hospital, or other necessary facilities.
  5. Emergency Services: Location data can be vital in emergency situations. When a user dials an emergency number, their location data can be used to dispatch help to the correct location.
  6. Telecommunications: Telecom companies can provide presence-specific services by letting users know when their contacts are available for communication. This might be based on their contacts' online status or even their geographical location in some cases.
  7. Augmented Reality (AR): AR games or applications can use real-world location data to augment the user's environment. Pokemon Go is a popular example of a game that uses AR and real-world location data.
  8. Delivery Services: Delivery apps can provide real-time updates on delivery status, with the ability to track delivery personnel based on their location data.