Sophisticated imagery technology is giving companies and insurers unprecedented access to real-time data and situation awareness to protect assets and drive effective crisis response. Dave Fox of Geospatial Insight explains.
1. Respond rapidly to individual and widespread claims 2. Access remote and dangerous locations 3. Provides both broad-area and specific property-level information 4. Assess multiple claims before loss adjusters
At Geospatial Insight we are continually growing our client base, particularly in the insurance sector where the use of drones is a key component of our rapid post-loss assessment and risk management solutions. Aligned to this strategy of continually improving our drone-related expertise we have recently completed an investment in one of the UK’s leading commercial drone companies – FireFLY AI.
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