A recentTechCrunch articleMassachusetts的“修复权”法律提供，这为汽车所有者提供了所有车辆的数据。根据这篇文章，该措施“......可能对汽车行业生态系统具有广泛影响：一旦一个人购买车辆，他们拥有它的所有数据。”
事实上，像听起来一样奇怪，马萨诸塞州的状态和绝大多数的选民通过了一项法律，使消费者对他们理论上已经拥有的东西。简而言之，法案的前提是为消费者提供修复他们已经拥有的东西的权利 - 在这种情况下，汽车 - 而无需依赖制造商的关键信息。但是，这个问题并不像听起来那么简单。该立法背后的原因可能具有更广泛和更深刻的影响。
The key to getting this done is requiring auto manufacturers to provide an open data platform with every vehicle. According to the article, “The measure will require automakers that sell vehicles with telematics systems in Massachusetts to equip them with a standardized open data platform beginning with model year 2022. This standardized open data platform has to give vehicle owners and independent repair facilities direct access and the ability to retrieve mechanical data and run diagnostics through a mobile-based application.”
你可以想象,the legislation has both supporters and opponents from across the spectrum in the auto industry. Indeed, the implications of this legislation can extend far beyond cars as Internet of Things (IoT) driven data capture accelerates in the coming years. It serves as a timely reminder for business executives that the use of consumer data will only expand in importance in the future, and its value and ownership will continue to be an important point of discussion.
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