Consideration of privacy aspects in the area of highly automated driving. An intention recognition use case

Livia Aulino, Marcel Saager, Marie-Christin Harre, Leonardo Espindola


Autonomous driving is increasingly becoming an issue in the development of modern vehicles. Above all, aspects such as safety and comfort are encouraging carmakers to embed highly automated driving in their latest developments. Due to the increasing complexity and the fact that it is often not clear how and for what purpose user data is processed, it is important to take a closer look at the legal and data protection aspects. For this purpose, a use case has been selected from the AutoMate project, on the basis of which current case law is to be applied in an exemplary manner.


Autonomous driving; Data processing; Data protection law; Human-Machine Interaction

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