European Commission outlines data sharing strategy for connected vehicles

Connected vehicles today are rolling computers able to exchange information wirelessly with manufacturers, other vehicles, and third-party service providers to significantly improve safety, efficiency, and comfort for drivers.

Many entities are interested in the data these connected vehicles generate and transmit. These entities include dealers and repair shops, vehicle fleet service providers, end users, infrastructure operators, diagnostics providers, researchers, financial services companies, and insurance companies. The European Commission and industry actors in Europe, while recognizing the challenges of widespread deployment of these technologies, have taken further steps to develop a regime that facilitates information sharing for vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure, and other communications by delineating specific actions to take in the near future.

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