Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2023
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
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The EU Commission's initial proposal for the EU Data Act landed on 23rd February, 2022. The Act is part of the Commission's plan to create €270 billion of additional GDP by 2028. The Act aims to create a harmonised framework for accessing and sharing data, one that guarantees users of vehicles can gain access to the data they generate, providing consumers and companies with more control.
The Data Act will introduce new rules on who can use and access data generated by the use of IoT products in the EU. For global automotive OEMs, this will drastically increase the demand for data access and contracts to manage. OEMs will also need to tighten regulatory compliance, privacy by design and data usage declarations.
It is crucial for OEMs, especially connected services and data privacy professionals, to understand the implications and start preparing for the new way of working.
In this webinar, Wejo will discuss the key highlights of the EU Data Act and how you can build efficient data processes to support the Act.
Join the webinar to learn:
- Key summary of the EU Data Act for OEMs and the automotive industry
- What challenges will the Act bring
- What are the opportunities underlying the challenges
- How to manage and gain efficiencies with your data
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Head of Architecture, Wejo
Justin Taylor is the Head of Architecture at Wejo. With over 15 years of experience, Justin is a seasoned digital transformation and technology leader who specializes in engineering functions to design and implement robust and scalable platforms in the enterprise. He has a passion for technological innovation, engineering excellence, and elegant system design. Justin plays a crucial part in supporting automotive OEMs in understanding how to gain data efficiencies and improve data management processes.
VP, Business Development EMEA, Wejo
Paul has been at Wejo for almost 4 years, overseeing Wejo’s Automotive EMEA group for Strategic Partnerships and Commercial. Paul’s work focuses on creating mobility and Big Data partnerships with global OEMs. Prior to Wejo, Paul led Telogis’ European Automotive team and was integral to the growth and successful acquisition by Verizon.
Assistant General Counsel, Wejo
Anthony Luke Simon is Assistant General Counsel in charge of legal operations worldwide at Wejo. With over 20 years of executive-level experience, he has led legal teams supporting data and technology, intellectual property, compliance, cybersecurity, and autonomous vehicles. Prior to joining Wejo he cofounded a start-up focused on pedestrian and road safety and V2X and before that served as an executive level Lead Counsel at General Motors. He helps the business in navigating the evolving legal landscape - one of which being the EU Data Act that is set to be introduced in 2025.