Jaguar Land Rover lands Nokia's Damien DinningTue, 27 Nov 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Jaguar Land Rover has acquired the services of Nokia's chief imaging head Damien Dinning, who it hopes will advance its connected car systems.
Dinning, who has been with the Finnish technology giant since 2004, took the decision to leave because of his reluctance to relocate his family from the UK to Finland.
In an open letter published on PureViewClub he said, "My experience in telecoms and smartphones provides me with a great opportunity to make a difference in a company whose own development is inspiring at a time of great change.
"I am thrilled that I'll shortly be joining Jaguar Land Rover where I'll take a role driving future innovations in the exciting new field of connected car."
He will leave Nokia on 30 November.
By Rufus Thompson