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 08 03 2018 02

MWC19 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Continental have jointly announced a blockchain-based platform that will share vehicle data to enable new digital services in order to improve driver safety and convenience.

The platform, scheduled to be available in 2019, will provide data sovereignty, security, efficiency and transparency and will help overcome the technical issues concerning sharing of vehicle data.

Many digital ecosystems allow data sharing that is based on an intermediary model wherein platform owners mainly coordinate data flows and monetisation. HPE and Continental have applied a complimentary approach to develop their platform by leveraging a decentralised architecture based on blockchain technologies.

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