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Data Ownership of IoT-Connected Equipment Poses New Challenges for CIOs

Published: 25 May 2017

ID: G00325832

Analyst(s): Eric Goodness , Kristian Steenstrup

Summary

CIOs exploiting equipment data from their assets need to ensure they have a clear understanding of data rights.

Table Of Contents

Analysis

  • The Manufacturers' Perspective
  • Machines Don't Have Privacy Rights, but Manufacturers Do
  • If You Own the Physical Asset, Do You Own the Digital Twin?
  • More and Bigger Data Presents CIOs With Infonomics Opportunity
    • Infonomics Give Rise to Data Monetization
  • Dealing With Monetized Data
    • Data as an Industry

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