As the world becomes more connected, traditional industry boundaries are becoming more intrinsically linked as well. In the automotive industry, for example, connected vehicles are morphing into increasingly connected communities encompassing cities, homes, workplaces, insurance companies, commerce and beyond.
However, as the “art of the possible” is being pondered, pioneers are quickly discovering that connected community value is intrinsically related to the value of the data within the community. At the same time, this raises important data management questions. For example, how will data be shared and used within the community? How can security and governance be ensured? And, how can data management practices be audited over time to ensure compliance with established standards? In this session, learn how new technologies such as blockchain and open source data management solutions can be used to provide end-to-end data governance processes (i.e. data access, permissions and audit), essential for creating trust among community stakeholders.