Using the CerebrumX platform, Insurers can offer end-to-end (UBI) programs with a reduced time to market and cost advantage for 2020 or newer Ford and Lincoln vehicles.
Among the requirements for an enterprise program are a relatively ubiquitous technology—smart phones, low service cost and the ability to detect accidents at low speeds with minimal false positives.
Auto insurers have a strategic imperative to not be left behind in the race to monetize connected car data, and there are several ways insurers can do this.
Sfara offers automatic, on-scene, first-notice-of-loss solutions, and has pioneered ultra-low speed crash detection for smart phones.
The new coverage is designed for off-road autonomous vehicles and robotics developers, operators, and service providers across various industries.
Sensor-derived vehicle data ultimately helps determine all conditions during a collision, a frequent point of contention for today’s insurers.
The app is downloadable to a smartphone and customers signing up immediately qualify for a 10 percent saving on their auto insurance.
The agreement gives Verisk license to supply connected car data to insurers in the U.K., France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
Mobile and scoring technology from The Floow combined with connected vehicle data from Otonomo aims to improve fidelity of insights and predictive analytics for insurers.
Socotra will help MOTER’s U.S. MGA create better and more convenient commercial fleet insurance products for medical fleets, last-mile delivery, and carsharing.