Data worth £32 billion will fuel driverless vehicles, but how will users pay?

Data-worth-£32-billion-will fuel driverless vehicles, but how will users pay?

AXA and Burges Salmon have published a report into how passengers’ personal data, valued at £32 billion by 2025, needs to be managed by Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) – also known as driverless cars.

 The FLOURISH consortium has published recommendations on how passengers’ data should be utilised and protected by Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs).

  • The report highlights that trust is key, with 94% of consumers claiming they would need to trust a company before sharing their personal data, valued at a combined £32 billion.
  • Recommendations are provided for cyber security, as 36% are nervous about cyber-attacks on driverless cars.

To read the full article from AXA, including commentary from Technical  Director David Williams, click the link below…..

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