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Michael Halbherr

Michael Halbherr
Vice President, Ovi Product Development, Nokia

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Michael Halbherr is Vice President, Social Location in the Services business unit in Nokia. In this role, Michael is responsible for heading the Social Location business including maps and other location based services.
Before joining Nokia in 2006, Michael worked for the Boston Consulting Group and at europatweb, the Internet investment vehicle of Groupe Arnault, overseeing all technology investments, including gate5. After that Michael headed gate5 AG, the former leading supplier of mapping, routing and navigation software and services, for five years. Since the acquisition of gate5 through Nokia, Michael has been heading the location based experiences in Nokia.

Michael holds a PhD in Computer Science from MIT and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from ETH Zurich.

Sessions

Plenary
Location: Ballroom III - VI Level: Novice
Average rating: ***..
(3.14, 7 ratings)
In this session, Michael Halbherr, Vice President, Social Location at Nokia, will discuss bridging the virtual and real world into a seamless and user-centric matrix of people, places, and live services. Read more.