Privacy in ITS Applications Workshop
Unter den Linden 6
10099 Berlin, Germany
20 July 2010
In the future, vehicular communications (VC) and inter-vehicular communications (IVC) capability will pave the way to new applications such as extended hazard warning in safety critical situations, enhanced blind spot applications and safe lane change assistance, which involve the sharing of significant amount of data, and it is not clear what their impact is on privacy and whether they are compliant with data protection requirements. The objective of this workshop is to investigate how privacy and data protection can be taken into account, in the design phase as well as the architecture and technology levels, and to discuss how stakeholders can build consensus on a pan-European approach.
The workshop was sponsored by the PRECIOSA FP7 project, with the support of CVIS. It was organised in conjunction with PETS 2010 - Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium.
The goal of PRECIOSA (Privacy Enabled Capability in Co-operative Systems and Safety Applications) is to demonstrate that co-operative systems can comply with future privacy regulations by demonstrating that an example application can be endowed with technologies for suitable privacy protection of the location related data of individuals.
Participation of CVIS
Presentation by DEPN Sub-project Leader on ITS applications and privacy in the CVIS project:
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