10 mai 2016

Connected car : Improving Risk Assessment Accuracy - The Motivation for Usage Based Insurance

Connected car : Improving Risk Assessment Accuracy - The Motivation for Usage Based Insurance With virtually every country requiring some form of insurance for automobile owners, drivers are constantly looking for ways to save money by lowering their monthly or annual premiums. When that search intersects with insurance companies’ desire to accurately assess individual customer’s risk to limit their liability exposure, the result is usage based insurance (UBI). With several different varieties of usage based insurance available, UBI... [Lire la suite]

29 mars 2016

position paper : onboard risk assesment for insurance companies

THE ULTIMATE SOLUTION FOR INSURANCE COMPANIES THAT NEED ONBOARD RISK ASSESSMENT . WHY TESTED SOLUTIONS ALL FAILED (ACTUARIES SAY) ? . WHY SOLUTIONS BASED ON "SEVERE BRAKING", "VELOCITY IN CURVE", "ACCELERATIONS" ... HAVE STRICTLY NO CHANCE TO WORK ? . WHAT TO DO TO GET A RISK ASSESSMENT MODULE THAT WORKS? (Presentation of a disruptive solution) By NEXYAD 1-INTRODUCTION Insurance companies now find themselves in front of a potential change in business model, and the so-called "pay how you drive" pricing is an idea whose time has... [Lire la suite]
05 juin 2015

Why bad driving will be eliminated by 2020 - and car insurance costs will plummet

Car insurance premiums could be just a fraction of current levels in five years’ time as driverless vehicles are expected to “eliminate bad driving” by 2020. Car insurance premiums could be just a fraction of current levels in five years’ time as driverless vehicles are expected to “eliminate bad driving” by 2020. Deaths and injuries caused by accidents are expected to virtually disappear and whiplash claims and car park disputes, which together account for 94pc of all insurance claims and cost insurers almost £3bn a year,... [Lire la suite]