Humanising Autonomy Ltd (“HA Ltd”) improves safety and efficiency of automated mobility systems by understanding and predicting human behaviour in cities. It uses visual camera sensor data as an input into its computer vision software, which outputs several datapoints about pedestrian behaviours and predictions in real time, allowing clients to inform their control systems and/or driver interfaces.
This document is HA Ltd’s Fair Processing Notice. HA Ltd (in the UK) processes video sequences of pedestrians, cyclists and other users of the road who interact with road vehicles (‘Road Users’), which have been captured by our client roadside or video cameras (‘Road User Data’). Our clients use our ‘Predictive Technology Service’ to improve road safety for all Road Users. As we do not have a direct relationship with Road Users this Notice aims to set out what we do with Road User Data, how we safeguard it and how individuals who believe their images may be contained within Road User Data can exercise their rights in respect of any Personal Data we hold about them.
HA Ltd is a controller that will determine the purpose and means of processing Road User Data. We will handle Road User Data according to Applicable Data Protection Laws (including but not limited to the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (“GDPR”), the Data Protection Act 2018 (“DPA”) and any applicable national legislation implementing data protection laws. Our clients will usually also be a controller of the Road User Data they provide us with, so this Notice should be read in conjunction with their privacy notice.