Last modified on June 1, 2023
Unlocking Europe’s data-driven mobility market by closing draft legislation on access to in-vehicle data
At the end of January, several associations included in the Independent Service Providers (ISPs)1 grouping raised with the European Commission’s President von der Leyen an issue about the repeated delays in proposing legislation on access to in-vehicle data, functions and resources at the European level.
The Commission promised to advance legislation governing access to in-vehicle data by the end of 2021; however, in 2023, the legislative proposal has been delayed again, hampering real competition in Europe’s data-driven automotive and mobility markets.
The associations urge the Commission to get the regulatory process back on track immediately so that there is time for the co-legislators to adopt the text before the end of the Parliamentary term in May 2024.
1 ISPs grouping represents a wide range of operators in the European automotive aftermarket and mobility service providers who are investing in the development of digitalised services and data-driven innovation.