The role of the suppliers is changing. They are showing themselves as system suppliers who not only work for the car manufacturers, but can also give them with new know-how a helping hand on a large scale.
ISO/SAE 21434: The new automotive cybersecurity standard
According to ISO/SAE 21434, security for all electronic systems in the connected vehicle must be considered at every stage, from concept to manufacturing to decommissioning.
There is still a long way using in-vehicle data. Not only is the number and scope of data points currently still very limited, also the access and use is another major obstacle due to the missing standards.
The ECJ ruled in favor of independent repairers' right to unrestricted access to vehicle data, following a case triggered by FCA Italy's restrictive practices related to the "Secure Gateway". The court found that FCA's approach violated European Type Approval Regulation
The Safety Related Traffic Information (SRTI) Ecosystem was created by the Data Task Force members for the exchange of data and information under the terms and conditions of the Multi Party Agreement and thus creating a trust domain for that exchange.
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