2020 Audi Q7 — Owner's Manual – Page #291

Posted on 16 Feb, 2020
Model: 2020 Audi Q7
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4M1012721BA
Data
privacy
How
far
(if
at
all)
the
driver
was
depressing
the
accelerator
and/or
brake
pedal;
and,
How
fast
the
vehicle
was
traveling.
These
data
can
help
provide
a
better
understand-
ing
of
the
circumstances
in
which
crashes
and
in-
juries
occur.
NOTE: EDR
data
are
recorded
by
your
vehicle
only
if
a
non-trivial
crash
situation
occurs;
no
data
are
recorded
by
the
EDR
under
normal
driving
conditions
and
no
personal
data
(e.g.
name,
gender,
age,
and
crash
location)
are
re-
corded.
However,
other
parties,
such
as
law
en-
forcement,
could
combine
the
EDR
data with
the
type
of
personally
identifying
data
routinely
ac-
quired
during
a
crash
investigation.
To
read
data
recorded
by
an
EDR,
special
equip-
ment
is
required,
and
access
to
the
vehicle
or
the
EDR
is
needed.
In
addition
to
the
vehicle
manu-
facturer,
other
parties,
such
as
law
enforcement,
that
have
the
special
equipment,
can
read
the
in-
formation
if
they
have
access
to
the
vehicle
or
the
EDR.
Assist
system
monitor
This
vehicle
is
equipped
with
an
Assist
System
Monitor
(ASM).
The
ASM
collects
data
that
is
not
stored
by
the
EDR
in
the
event
of
an
accident.
The
main
task
of
the
ASM
is
to
make
it
possible
to
un-
derstand
the
role
and
the
behavior
of
the
assist
systems
in
these
accident
situations.
In
addition
to
the
data
that
the
EDR
stores,
the
ASM
records
data
related
to
the
assist
systems
starting
sever-
al
seconds
before
the
accident
or
near-accident.
The
data
collected
by
ASM
depends
on
the
equip-
ment
and
may
include
the
following
information:
status
information
of
the
assist
systems
(for
ex-
ample,
if
they
are
switched
on
or
off,
system
events,
etc.),
control
interventions
(for
example,
by
ESC,
ABS,
Audi
pre
sense”,
etc.),
and
assist
systems
settings
(such
as
speed
settings).
Special
devices
and
access
to
the
vehicle
or to
the
ASM
are
necessary
in
order
to
read
the
data
from
the
ASM
memory.
In
addition
to
the
vehicle
man-
ufacturer,
third
parties
such
as
law
enforcement
authorities
can
also
read
and
analyze
the
stored
data
if
they
have
access
to
the
vehicle
or
to
the
ASM.
Data
usage
Audi
can
read
out
the
information
stored
in
the
data
memories
or
similar
data,
or
give
this
infor-
mation
to
third
parties,
especially
in
the
follow-
ing
situations:
If
the
vehicle
owner
or
lessee
agrees
—If
there
is
an
official
request
from
the
police
Ifa
court
or
authorities
request
it
If
legally
permitted,
Audi
can
also
use
the
data
for
analysis
of
vehicle
operation
and
safety
per-
formance
or
provide
this
data
to
third
parties
for
research
purposes.
Transmitted
information
Privacy
settings
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
Audi
connect
Applies
to
MMI:
Select
on
the
home
screen:
SETTINGS
>
Privacy
settings.
Data
is
transmitted
from
the
vehicle
when
using
Audi
connect
services.
>
To
display
additional
information
about
the
pri-
vacy
settings
and
the
associated
symbols
in
the
status
bar,
press
@
in
the
MMI.
Requirement:
the
ignition
must
be
switched
on.
Setting
the
maximum
privacy
settings
When
the
Activate
privacy
mode
function
is
switched
on,
the
data
connection
is
deactivated
or
sending
of
data
is
restricted,
but
all
safety-re-
lated,
legal,
or
contractually
required
Audi
con-
nect
services
remain
activated.
The
majority
of
the
Audi
connect
services
are
deactivated.
When
the
function
is
switched
off,
the
data
con-
nection
will
be
available
in
order
to
use
Audi
con-
nect
services.
Adjusting
individual
privacy
settings
In
the
MMI,
you
can
adjust
individually
which
da-
ta
should
be
transmitted
from
the
vehicle.
If
you
switch
on
a
data
category,
the
data
will
be
trans-
mitted.
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