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The overall problem and opportunity statement for use of vehicle data should be framed beyond road safety to include management of road congestion, and contribution to datasets that inform road mgt, user transport choices and environmental management
There are other state-based methods and mechanisms available for accessing vehicle-generated data under differing data-sharing models between industry vehicle data collecting entities and government e.g. nrma, uber and go-get with state governments.
Major local vehicle data collecting entities will ride/car sharing companies, insurance companies
Major international companies collecting vehicle data are the vehicle manufacturers who use this data for monitoring vehicles for a range of uses.
Yes. Uber track approx 60,000 vehicles, go-get about 3000, NRMA are trialling Gofar technology with up to 1500 users
Penetration is limited by update of cars with connecting technology and lack of coverage for connectivity
The ExVe may be able to deal with mandated data flows but is likely to be insufficient for broader data sharing - such as for industry/government congestion services, ride-sharing and mobility management.
There is value in establishing trust frameworks, that enable aggregators and data brokers - public or private to operate. Good definitions and practices is needed to understand where/what data is held under what conditions and with whom it is shared.
The ACS data sharing framework is being used by NSW government for as a tool for determining what data can be shared for a wide range of datasets and what level of aggregation is needed for a given sensitivity level.
We agree Option 2 gives the best chance for use case flexibility and also enables leveraging of industry for broader range of use cases, which will go further than the mandate of NTC, and will require coherence with broader data sharing principles.
Yes, but this focus should not close of broader data sharing of Transport data - e.g for urban planning etc
Additional datasets of value include: where people work in relation to their jobs, usage of transport hubs for freight, public transport hubs, city planning
Management of environmental exhaust, vehicle roadworthiness, commuter transport planning
Ensuring that the baseline privacy, security and trust principles that underpin the priority areas do not limit expansion to broader transport use cases, private/public data sharing and cross-sectoral data-sharing e.g. for tourism.
The table shows many use cases for vehicle-generated data. There are many broader use cases for which such data has use and which make sense for industry, other government jurisdictions etc that are not covered. e.g. urban planning
Yes, the need for remote and automated data collection became greater.
Yes, but not with a data-sharing framework that is limited to transport data.
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