2-C. Sharing-oriented (M2M, P2P, M2Platform)

Mobility platforms aim to be open systems and social platforms that anyone can participate to share data and provide services.

Automobiles leave a wide range of information and records from day of production to disuse. In addition to the data directly recorded and managed, such as all information regarding car manufacturing, repair and maintenance, vehicle management, drivers, insurance, and scrapping, there are also numerous amount of data indirectly related to locations, weather, and road conditions.

Automobiles, which simultaneously pose the risk of traffic accidents as well as convenience as the most essential means of modern day life, are now an indispensable commodity, and the vast amount of car data generated every day in real time is of infinite value to service providers and can create a variety of services. However they remain in individual service sectors because there are no common standards and systems for systematic collection, storage and utilization.

Moreover, lack of an integrated platform to systematically collect and analyze all the data of automobiles has prevented mobility from serving as a social safety net.

Now, the mobility platform must be embedded and operated as a social safety network system

  • Collecting systematic data through smart devices

  • Collecting real-time, cloud-based information and processing distribution

  • Providing user segmentation and customized information through Big Data processing

  • Establishing safe driving service based on quantitative data

The mobility platform is a new service to support safe driving, and it has the effect of supplementing social safety net by replacing simple services such as vehicle, maintenance, operation and control with big data based active safety support service. Also, we will build big data-based analysis technology and IoT environment that enables two-way communication with driver.

We will prepare mobility data for active use in social services by providing the data necessary to establish standards for obtaining and updating driver licenses for the nation's aging population. General and basic data on drivers' driving patterns and accidents, excluding personal information collected through the mobility platform, should be used to establish standards for license acquisition and renewal of a socially-alarming, aging population.

The future society will not simply connect humans and machines in parallel, but will work in various forms, such as human vs. human (P2P), machine vs machine (M2M), machine-only platform (M2Platform).

Intelligent vehicles and smart devices are rapidly spreading in the mobility field, and ICT technology is being integrated into vehicles, making many of the mechanical devices that bring driver's comfort and safety are rapidly changing to computers, electrical and electronic devices. With the shift in core automotive technologies, automobiles have evolved from simple transportation to smart cars that have improved safety, information, and convenience to communicate and receive various information using advanced computer controls and IT technologies.

Innovative mobility through convergence of IoT technology and automobiles is rapidly expanding in areas utilizing M2P data. An intelligent system that can assist the driver to safely drive and park the car and the convergence of IoT and automobile, where various researches on the automatic navigation system are actively carried out, creates various types of new spaces that can meet human-centered values and apply a new complex service called health care.

The mobility data must be operated by dividing the personal identification information and the non-identification information. The data including the personal information must be managed in a state in which the protection of the rights of the owner is thoroughly controlled, and a dual personal information device must be implemented to protect the rights in the entire operation process.

Mobility data that has been separated from personal information and has undergone the non- identification process is analyzed as big data with a large number of individual data participating in the mobility platform and it provides an open system that can be shared and processed to create and trade more valuable data for social safety nets.

Based on blockchain technology and human-centered data base, ensuring stable deployment and transparent operation of the mobility platform, and actively ensuring equal rights and protection of participants in the mobility ecosystem, the blockchain-based mobility platform will contribute to the self-determination of personal information, the economic benefits of participating in the mobility ecosystem, and the strengthening of the public safety net.

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