SAE International®, a global mobility standards developer, has announced plans to form a consortium to develop a framework of best practices to support effective and secure mobility data sharing.
This new consortium will fill a critical need by providing a collaborative model that can evolve and augment existing data-sharing frameworks. It will develop standardized data definitions and metrics as well as best practices to ensure appropriate safeguards of highly sensitive geolocation and personal data of users shared between shared mobility operators and cities. At present, this consortium will focus on micromobility. Initial partners of this forum include Miami-Dade County, JUMP, Spin and Populus and other stakeholders.
SAE International will leverage the expertise and experience of its affiliate organisation, SAE Industry Technologies Consortia (SAE ITC®), to convene the members of this consortium. SAE ITC has vast experience in the formation of cross-sector consortia, bringing together public agencies and industry to establish frameworks that address opportunities and challenges across the transportation landscape, including for aviation, automated vehicles, and now shared mobility.
The consortium plans to collaborate with other leading bodies developing standards and best practices for shared mobility to harmonize with their related activities. SAE and its initial partners anticipate that other public agencies, shared mobility operators, and data platforms will join to help define and refine the framework of principles, recommended practices and other organised activities.
SAE Industry Technologies Consortia (SAE ITC®) is a 501(c)(6) affiliate of SAE International®, and its membership is comprised of public and private organisations collaborating in a neutral forum to drive innovative solutions to key industry challenges.
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