Navteq, a Subsidiary of Nokia, has acquired a company named Trapster, which shares speed traps and other traffic data. Basically this is enabling community input for location data, hence the acquisition for enhancing Ovi maps.
A quote from Reuters :
(Reuters) – Nokia’s(NOK1V.HE) Navteq, the world’s top digital mapping company, has bought California-based speed trap sharing service Trapster to strengthen its location-linked content offering, it said on Monday.
Apparently Trapster currently has 9.4 million users, so thats a huge base for Navteq to work on, and of course, it will enable them to be ahead of the competition in some niches stuff like traffic flow and other data.