Connected Cars: Data Privacy and protection using Blockchain and Mobile

Moustafa Bounasser | CTO

14 May 2019

Invenica worked with a global Telecoms provider to create an end-user data management mobile platform for ‘Connected Car’ drivers.

Emerging technologies are making autonomous cars a reality as connected cars are becoming the next generation of complex consumer IoT smart devices. A large amount of data generated by end consumers and their devices presents challenges within the implementation of data protection and data privacy.

Invenica’s solution helped empower customers through increased control of their personal data and privacy. The Connected Car mobile application allows the consumer to have options of what data they share and who they share it with.

/ What we did

Invenica designed, built and implemented an MVP (Minimal Viable Product) solution that enables customer consent when sharing data generated from a smart car. This data can then be shared with third-parties such as Insurance Brokers or Mechanic Garages through a mobile application. The app uses a compliant registration process connecting into a transparent blockchain ledger and provides a simple interface with click features for the user to control their data. The underlying Ethereum technology provides the immutable tracking of consumer consent, integrated with the Application Programming Interface (API) of third-party services and products.

/ What we delivered

Invenica consulted, designed and built all components for Connected Car, producing a large-scale project roadmap, reducing project complexity, with a lean-agile iterative approach to software development. The deliverables comprised of:


/// Blueprint designs of the solution and MVP components constantly tested against criteria of third-party partners.


/// A blockchain ledger, API architecture and consumer-facing mobile application.


/// Technical programme governance framework ensured on-time, within budget delivery whilst managing third-party integration risks and issues.


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