Otonomo, das israelische Startup, bietet jetzt ein Consent Management für vernetzte Fahrzeuge an.
Otonomo, the first neutral automotive data services platform, announced the Consent Management Hub, a new capability within the Otonomo Platform. The Consent Management Hub provides an efficient way for connected car drivers to take control over the sharing of their personal automotive data. It simplifies the driver opt-in process for automotive manufacturers (OEMs) on the Otonomo Platform and validates consent with each personal data request from third-party mobility service providers.
“Data security and privacy are among the most critical drivers or inhibitors in the next generation of mobility services,” said Sarwant Singh, senior partner at Frost & Sullivan. “Automotive OEMs and mobility service providers know how important it is to be responsible data stewards and earn consumers’ trust. We are impressed with Otonomo’s approach to consent management and applaud their effort.”
The Otonomo Consent Management Hub puts drivers first, building privacy by design into all interactions with third-party service providers, and minimizing the need for them to collect personal data:
Drivers get full transparency about the data that will be shared with a particular mobility service as they grant consent through a mobile app or website operated by their OEM.
Drivers can quickly grant consent for specific services to access their automotive data. They can revoke this consent at any time through the app or website.
Service providers connect to the Otonomo Platform to get access to automotive data. Each time the service requests access to personal data, the Otonomo Platform automatically validates the existence of consent for the requested data.