- Best Practice
Published August 09, 2022 by SAE Industry Technologies Consortia in United States
The Health-Ready Components and Systems (HRCS) Consortium developed this policy statement to provide guidance regarding the ownership and use of operating data. These principles apply across all mobility sectors, irrespective of the underlying asset type.
Sophisticated components installed in modern vehicles can store and transmit large volumes of data regarding the operating condition of individual components, systems, or the entire vehicle. This data is valuable for predictive and comparative purposes in a variety of contexts. This statement is intended to clarify the rightful owner of that operating data, as well as elucidate some of the key issues relevant to this question.
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