Slideset used to present at the C-ITS Plenary
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CITS platform Phase II. Release 1 (June 2017)
Modern vehicles produce lots of data; both by internal systems (OEM installed), as via retrofitted systems. These data offer many opportunities for public and private services in the field of mobility and infrastructure. But which data are we talking about? How can these data be obtained and by whom, and who may process them and under which circumstances?
170412 KPMG rapport The Connected Car is here to Stay.
Graag maken we u attent op de via Steven Kuiper ontvangen survey 'The Connected Car Is here To Stay' dat recent is uitgebracht door KPMG naar aanleiding van onderzoek in de Nederlandse automotive sector. Volgens het rapport komt uit de interviews met betrokkenen dat:
Media Access Control (MAC) address randomization is a privacy technique whereby mobile devices rotate through random hardware addresses in order to prevent observers from singling out their traffic or physical location from other nearby devices.
Adoption of this technology, however, has been sporadic and varied across device manufacturers.
presentatie door ARGUS over cybersafety
The Federal Trade Commission and NHTSA are exploring the consumer privacy and security issues posed by “connected vehicles,” including vehicles currently on the road, V2V- and V2I- equipped vehicles, and automated vehicles.
The aim of this document is to provide a background concerning processing of personal data in the context of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) and skeleton for further steps to be taken. The C-ITS platform is an initiative of DG MOVE that started in the end of 2014 with creation of 11 working groups to address the various aspects of C-ITS deployment.
For C-ITS services to be a success, these services need to work cross-country and independently of specific suppliers. To achieve that goal, harmonized descriptions and requirements of those services are needed.
The Dutch Profile (PD) is to be the single point of reference in the Netherlands to secure the interoperability and conformity in the ITS system between solutions of the participating stakeholders. It contains an architectural system description with minimum requirements to support the deployment of ITS use-cases (in the current release: Traffic light optimal speed