Nokia has constantly have a short lived connection with automobiles, however, if Nokia brings a just-published patent program to reality, the Lumia maker could be intended for drivers. The science Nokia has patented registers vibrations from the steering wheel allowing the driver to govern music, GPS and also other components of the vehicle's center stack by simply touching particular spots in the steering wheel.
This minimizes the excess of buttons usually involved in performing these tasks. Under it, is a temporal sensing system designed to register input, in addition to filtering would prevent the steering wheel from deciphering speed bumps as an accidental cues in order to turn the stereo off or on. Nokia's mobile expertise in general is important through the option for employing a mobile system similar to a smart phone to manage tasks rather than the need to build an item directly into the steering wheel.
Given that the company is currently cutting a lot of things to economize, it is likely to license the patent from the other contending companies and not seek to develop anything itself. If anything happens in any way. Should the patent eventually come to use, you could possibly find yourself tenderly rubbing the wheel for all your vehicular media needs. Be sure that you ask for it's name as you start rubbing.