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Connected Vehicles and Shared Services

The subject of connected and automated driving is rapidly gaining more attention in Sweden, adding on new business players and impacting existing business models.

It promises a whole new potential for safe, efficient, comfortable, and environmentally-friendly mobility along with somewhat unknown and questionable risk areas such as cyber security and shared data ownership.

When it comes down to the Swedish market, local efforts for self-driving cars regulation is meeting the EU GDPR in attempt to catch up with ongoing automated car trials executed by Volvo, Scania, Telia, and Ericsson.

Data protection authorities currently don’t share a common view on the regulation (re)forms, while business remains a bit clueless of what to prioritize first: technological opportunities or compliance.

In other words, connectivity is booming and requires a definite level of safety, security as well as a legal framework that excludes cyber-risks or a regulatory vacuum.

Points to be learned

  1. Who owns the data produced by connected environments?
  2. How do shared services impact privacy and safety?
  3. What regulations apply to shared services & connected vehicles?
  4. How do data management and privacy control work in distributed ecosystems?
  • 10

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  • 8

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  • 20

    discussions

  • 56

    key participants

Participants

Program

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09:00 - 09:20

Registration & Coffee

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09:20 - 09:30

Chariman's opening address.

With 40 years in the automotive filed Bertil has been steering Bil Sweden for a quarter of that time. In the past 10 years he's been navigating the all country organization for the automotive industry that includes 4 factories (Volvo trucks, Scania, Volvo cars and NEVS ), 23 international importers and more than 120 000 employees.

Connected and automated driving is rapidly shaping the automobile industry's future, creating new areas of business with new players, thereby impacting existing business models. It also promises a whole new potential for safe, efficient, comfortable and environmentally-friendly mobility.

Bertil Moldén

Bertil Moldén

Bil Sweden Managing Director
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09:30 - 10:00

Business Panel:

Smart cars of Sweden. Cross Industry case on data usage and ownership.

A joint cross industry case on Sweden's automotive data management and ownership in the past few years. Let's take a closer look at how various types of data generated and utilized by drivers, vehicles, third party systems, authorities and infrastructures have been managed so far? 

Staffan Wallin

Staffan Wallin

Ericsson Sales Director Automotive - Business Line Industry and Society at Ericsson
Per Holm-Ovren

Per Holm-Ovren

Bilia VP Purchasing, Business Development and Business control
Fredrik 	Callenryd

Fredrik Callenryd

Scania Connected Vehicles Strategist
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10:00 - 10:30

Legal Panel:

Connected vehicles in urban mobility: Subjects of legislation or victims of data anarchy?

As autonomous vehicles, connected cars and car sharing services become more prevalent, how might existing regulatory structures need to change? Current incentives of the government, Data Protection Authority position and responses of the community.

Supply your questions to the panelists in advance!

Mattias Sandström

Mattias Sandström

Data Inspektionen Legal Advisor
Kristina 	Andersson

Kristina Andersson

Regeringskansliet Project Leader
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10:30 - 11:00

Meeting Zones & Refreshments

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11:00 - 11:30

​Privacy Radar: The new General Data Protection Regulation and the wireless car – theory meets practice.

Is it possible to build in privacy to prepare for compliance with the new General Data Protection? When is consent needed and how to obtain it? How to comply with information requirements and other privacy requirements in practice?

Agnes Hammarstrand

Agnes Hammarstrand

Delphi IT Lawyer
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11:30 - 12:00

​Breaking the ​eternal clash ​​of "Legal​s​ ​VS ​Tech​s"​ ​through Privacy by ​D​esign​ ​

Former Google lawyer and legal director of connected car company Springworks gives practical examples on how lawyers can implement agile principles of PBD into their ways of efficient collaboration with technology and business objectives. To simply launch better products faster.

Maria Alm

Maria Alm

Springworks Legal Director
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12:00 - 12:30

SCANIA & ACEA: Interpreting GDPR principles for the automotive industry.

Get yourself prepared and take a look at the ground principles jointly developed by Scania and ACEA around the GDPR. Fredrik will let us know what they mean in practice.

We welcome your questions in advance!

Fredrik 	Callenryd

Fredrik Callenryd

Scania Connected Vehicles Strategist
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12:30 - 13:30

Lunch & Networking Zones

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13:30 - 14:00

How to put the consumer in the driving seat for control of car data.

Data privacy is of significant importance for users. Springworks and Telia therefore developed a connected car service, including an ecosystem of services, with user privacy as a top priority.

Telia Sense is a connected car service consisting of an easy-to-use mobile app connected to a device plugged into the car’s OBD port. Telia Sense gives the customers 4G wifi, car control features, and an eco-system of partner services such as car repair shops, car insurance, car inspection etc. The consumer decides what partner services to add and actively approves to share car generated data with each partner added. Telia Sense is provided by Telia Company and developed by Springworks. Springworks is offering a white label software as a service to telecom operators, an M2M solution from car data via the cloud for a smartphone app.

Points for discussion:

1. How do we verify that users are in control of their data although sharing it with various partners?

2. How can privacy by design principles be implemented at different stages of integration into shared infrastructure?

3. How do we implement privacy as a business strategy?

Karin  Rehbinder

Karin Rehbinder

Telia Company Senior Product Manager
Maria 	Alm

Maria Alm

Springworks Legal Director
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14:00 - 14:30

Urban Mobility: Experimenting with autonomous public transportation

Connected and sustainable mobility pilots in Nordic public transportation. Where will it take the commuters as well as the entire public transport infrastructure?

Exciting projects of Kutsuplus and SOHJOA shook up and were the first ride-hailing services arrived – that completely changed expectations and perception of the way we use this kind of service.

Let's talk about the vision and the reality of Hyper connected Society. False premises in how autonomous public transportation scales up. Regulatory recommendations to secure the future of connected public transport. 

Johannes Koponen

Johannes Koponen

Foresight Strategist
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14:30 - 15:00

The future of mobility from an auto importer and dealer’s perspective.

Transforming passengers' experience. in 2017 self driving Ollis will hit the roads of Scandinavia.

Semler is preparing collaborating with Local Motors to start operating fleets of autonomous vehicles Olli in the Nordics. Currently representing LM in 8 countries Semler is planning to start piloting Ollis in H2 2017, transforming the market and society to become more autonomous, more shared and more sustainable.

Adam Erritzøe

Adam Erritzøe

Innovation Manager Semler Gruppen
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15:00 - 15:30

Networking & Energizer

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15:30 - 16:00

Cyber Vulnerabilities & Risk Study: NISSAN HACK

Whether it’s a car manufacturer or a toy manufacturer, security has to be built into the design and should never be an afterthought.

Nissan vulnerability stood out because the hack was so easy to execute allowing any smartphone to remotely control any of the 200,000 impacted Nissan cars – no matter where they were located.

In fact, Troy Hunt made a video of himself in Australia hacking a friend’s car based in the UK to prove the point.

The owner of the car and the security researcher Scott Helme is going to present the vulnerability that allowed anyone with the right Nissan Leaf and eNV200 vehicle identification number (VIN) to remotely access the car’s climate controls, battery status, and GPS logs that included the dates, times, and distances the car had traveled. Most drivers expect a level of privacy when it comes to GPS tracking data, that includes time and distance traveled. But beyond the clear privacy violation, the Nissan vulnerability posed that there are ways the hack could cause real damage to Nissan car owners.

Scott 	Helme

Scott Helme

Feisty Duck Researcher
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16:00 - 16:30

Security as the key to unleashing the real power of the connected and autonomous vehicle.

We have the opportunity to get security right now for connected cars, to be ready for the autonomous cars of the future. And with autonomous cars, connected cars, pedestrians and cyclists sharing the same roads, wouldn’t you want to trust the security?

While user education is one part of the solution, a full and comprehensive assessment of fleet technical risks is essential to shape appropriate mitigation strategies. To address security and privacy issues, auto manufacturers and their expanding partner and supplier ecosystems will need to become more secure, vigilant, and resilient. 

In this panel talk we are going to discuss the main cyber related pain-points and the framework of solutions available now.

Martin Hunt

Martin Hunt

BT Global Services Automotive Industry Practice Lead
Scott 	Helme

Scott Helme

Feisty Duck Trainer
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16:30-17:00

Telecoms ​or ​Manufacturers: Who owns the road of digitization?

Promotion of the wider deployment of connected and automated driving requires tight cooperation of manufacturers and operators. Let see who owns the knowledge and operations within the key fields:

How to create an open eco-system of partners that can benefit from car generated data and in the same time letting the consumer being in control who sees their car data.

Instant security for connected cars and the upcoming autonomous cars of the future.

Collaboration of carriers and manufacturers. What's done so far.

Karin  Rehbinder

Karin Rehbinder

Telia Company Senior Product Manager
Martin Hunt

Martin Hunt

BT Global Services Automotive Industry Practice Lead
Fredrik Callenryd

Fredrik Callenryd

Scania Connected Vehicles Strategist
Jörgen Wahlund

Jörgen Wahlund

Volvo Group Trucks Technology Senior Product Planner – Extended Vehicle
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17:00 - 17:15

Chairman's Summary

Bertil Moldén

Bertil Moldén

Bil Sweden Managing Director
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17:15 - 18:00

Networking Reception

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