14 juillet 2018

Digital Transformation for Insurance Companies: 6 Trends

Digital Transformation for Insurance Companies: 6 Trends The digital revolution has delivered technologies that can deliver dramatic business improvements for insurance companies – if they are bold enough to take advantage of them. So here are a few ways that some of the most innovative enterprises & rapid startups are transforming the way they operate. 6 Technology Opportunities for Insurance Companies 1. Big Data Analytics By collecting data on their users, forward-thinking insurance companies have been able to... [Lire la suite]

28 juin 2017

2017 Technology Trends

2017 Technology Trends The haves are breaking away from the have-nots. The trends and innovations that will shape the technology industry over the next several years came into sharper focus in 2016. Cloud computing has gone mainstream for many enterprises, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing how both industrial and consumer-oriented companies do business. Drones and autonomous vehicles, blockchain, augmented and virtual reality, increasingly sophisticated digital assistants, machine learning (artificial intelligence, or AI)... [Lire la suite]
03 janvier 2017

Can privacy concerns for insurance of connected cars be compensated?

Can privacy concerns for insurance of connected cars be compensated? Internet-of-things technologies enable service providers such as insurance companies to collect vast amounts of privacy-sensitive data on car drivers. This paper studies whether and how privacy concerns of car owners can be compensated by offering monetary benefits. We study the case of usage based car insurance services for which the insurance fee is adapted to measured mileage and driving behaviour. A conjoint experiment shows that consumers prefer their current... [Lire la suite]
06 octobre 2015

Here’s what IoT will do for transportation

Image Credit: bleakstar/Shutterstock The Internet of Things (IoT) is dramatically accelerating the pace of innovation in the transportation industry—especially the cars and trucks we drive every day. And when you apply the laws that have been driving technology innovation for decades—Moore’s Law and Metcalfe’s Law—it’s not long before our automobiles will resemble smart devices on wheels and your vehicle may very well be the most expensive computing device you own. Connected cars today Already, automobiles built after 2010 include... [Lire la suite]
26 janvier 2015

The Connected Car Will Be Commonplace Before 2025

The Connected Car of the future, made of self-healing materials, social media connected and communicating, Wearable and IoT compatible is more or less already here. IBM released a study, "Automotive 2025: Industry without borders," amassing interviews with 175 executives from automotive OEMs, suppliers, and other leaders in 21 countries and found that by 2025 cars will be able to learn, heal, drive and socialise with other vehicles (V2V) and their surrounding environment (V2I). "By 2025, the industry will not only recreate our... [Lire la suite]
01 septembre 2014

Connected Car Manufacturers Embracing Big Data

In today’s connected world, cars have changed and so have their owners. Big data analytics have transformed driver experiences, capturing real-time data insights from inside and outside of vehicles to improve driver safety, vehicle services and improve the driving experience. With the connected car market reaching $130 billion US dollars by 2019 (Smart Mobility Management), it is no surprise that auto manufacturers are rapidly adopting connected car technology and embedding it within their vehicles. GM recently announced that it... [Lire la suite]
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