Who owns the data generated by a car ? The question is crucial, at a time when an automobile today – a true smartphone stock – product average of 1 billion bytes per day, a thousand times higher than it was just two years old. And 30 000 times less than a vehicle of the future surconnecté and autonomous. This wealth of big data – the oil of the Twenty-first century – is the subject of a deaf fight between the industry and other stakeholders, in particular insurers.
On 19 October, a press conference was unobtrusive was held in Paris. The representatives of the supply chain – manufacturers, equipment suppliers, garage – proclaimed their membership in the pack ” compliance “, a kind of Yalta of the car data negotiated with the national Commission on informatics and liberties (CNIL).