By Susan Ning, Peng Heyue, Yang Nan and Wang Shengran King & Wood Mallesons’ Commercial & Regulatory group

Tips for understanding the legal regulation of “Internet of Vehicles”: “two terminals” and “one point”

“Internet of Vehicles” (IOV), also called the “intelligent connected vehicles”, as the name indicates, is a proposal to make automobiles and their functions networked and smart. It emerged in China in the 2010s and since then the number and diversity of applications and business scenarios have grown as the technology has developed. The classification of IOV services defined by Prof. Zhao Fuquan, Director of Tsinghua Automotive Strategy Research Institute at Tsinghua University is cited below[1]:
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