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The statement supports the European Commission’s (EC) under-development European Strategy for Data, and affirms that the signatories are ready to cooperate with the EC on the development of a specific framework for the transport sector.
Signatories of the joint statement include the Community of European Rail Operators and Infrastructure Companies (CER), the International Association of Public Transport (UITP), the European Shippers’ Council (ESC), International Road Transport Union (IRU), Airlines for Europe (A4E), the European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ESCA), the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) and the European Association of Automobile Suppliers (CLEPA).
The statement proposes a series of core principles for a potential EC framework for B2B data in the sector, including:
The signatories say that the principles outlined aim to address the needs of the transport sector’s growing reliance on the exchange of data, following the growth of new technologies such as autonomous vehicles, internet-connected vehicles, smart cities and digital mobility platforms. In particular, the proposals aim to address five key challenges facing the implementation of a European transport ‘data economy’:
“Today’s statement underlines the transport sector’s commitment to work jointly towards the development of a transparent governance structure for fair access to B2B data,” says Mr Libor Lochman, CER’s executive director.
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