The security of personal details of all natural persons is a high priority for StradVision. This includes everybody in the traffic. As a result, we'd like to tell you about how we treat personal data collected from StradVision test vehicles in public spaces. We use these recordings to create dependable algorithms for automatic and self-driving vehicles. StradVision performs all operations related to this data collection in full accordance with the GDPR and the BDSG (Federal Data Protection Act). This ensures that our staff and data processors are bound by default to follow these privacy laws.
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What do we collect this data for?
Our ADAS functions are programmed to ease the driver's tension so that he can focus entirely on the road traffic and thereby improve road safety. Cruise control, Park Distance Control, and lateral support systems were among the first innovations in this field, and many drivers now take them for granted. We continue to improve vehicle capabilities by building on this foundation.
Cameras for environment identification are also used in our research vehicles to ensure that they operate safely and correctly. This ensures that vehicle systems sense objects along the vehicle's way, for example, in order to keep the vehicle secure.
What data do we record?
The number, scale, and level of detail of the cameras are limited to the extent required for traffic safety and do not exceed this.
Only road safety, product safety, and technological trialing, as well as the continued advancement of ADAS functions, are used to use recorded images. StradVision is uninterested in tracking individuals or car registration plates that are registered inadvertently. Personal data is processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Federal Data Protection Act (FDPA) (BDSG). The legal rationale for data processing is StradVision's valid interest in the above-mentioned purposes (Article 6 para. 1f. GDPR).
Where do the vehicles drive?
For ADAS feature verification tests, the widest possible variety of different traffic situations is needed.
In general, project-specific recordings based on consumer demands are globally feasible.
How long do we store the data?
StradVision may not keep the personal information for any longer than is permitted by existing data privacy laws and regulations, or for any longer than is necessary for the purposes for which it was originally obtained. As a general rule, the data gathered will be held for the lifetime of the testing and/or construction programs.
StradVision has put in place adequate technological and operational safeguards to ensure an appropriate degree of protection for the risk.
The corresponding risk analysis examines the risk of infringement on the rights of the persons involved, as well as the costs of execution and the nature, scale, meaning, and objectives of the data processing.
The measures include:
(I) Where applicable/appropriate, personal data encryption.
(II) The ability to preserve the continued security, honesty, availability, and resilience of production systems and facilities.
(III) The right to recover personal data availability and access in a timely fashion in the case of a physical or technical occurrence.
(IV) A mechanism for testing, reviewing, and measuring the efficacy of technological and operational interventions to ensure processing protection on a daily basis.
Recipients of Personal Data
Internally, we adopt and apply the personal data protection policy based on ISO 27001:2013 (ISMS) "Information Security Management System" and the results of personal information protection and activities are managed by the personal information protection manager.
In addition, personal data protection policies are reflected in ISO 27001:2013 (ISMS) internal policies in compliance with the "Act on Promotion of Use and Information Protection of Information Networks" and the "Personal Information Protection Act" and the EU General Data Protection Regulation.
In accordance with this policy, personal information operated by Stradvision. is systematically managed and protected from unauthorized disclosure, forgery, alteration, and destruction.
What are the rights of persons recorded?
You have the following rights under existing data protection legislation. You will exercise these privileges at any time by contacting us:
- Right to information, rectification and erasure of personal data
- Right to restriction of processing
- Right of data portability to the extent applicable
- Right to withdraw consent where the processing is based on consent
- Right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority
- Right to object to processing
You may make a request by filling out the feedback form below. Please be as specific as possible about the time of the video, the exact venue, and the car. This will mean that we are able to locate the right video.