IoT

AAIS Service Supports Hurricane Risk Assessments, CAT Planning & Event Tracking

Feb 23, 2021 / by AAIS posted in openIDL, Community, Technology, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Insurance News/Current Events, Open Source, Insurtech, IoT, Data, Data/Tech

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Accurate risk assessment is key to mitigating exposure and to unlocking underwriting opportunities.

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Webinar Spotlights New Approach to Non-Cat Fire Modeling

Feb 23, 2021 / by AAIS posted in Technology, Data & Technology, Insurance News/Current Events, IoT, New/Emerging Risks, Industry, Data, Fire, Innovation, AAIS News & Views, Data/Tech, Risk

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In an AAIS Webinar, FLAMES: The Modern Fire Protection Evaluation Model, AAIS Vice President Phil LeGrone, and AAIS Senior Risk Strategy Lead Matt Hinds-Aldrich, PhD, outlined the new fire model, FLAMES, and the advantages it offers over traditional models for underwriters assessing and managing non-cat fire risk.

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Pandemic Resource Center Delivers Litigation Data & Insights

Feb 23, 2021 / by AAIS posted in Technology, Data & Technology, Insurance News/Current Events, Tech News, IoT, Industry, Data, Business, Legislation & Regulation, Innovation, AAIS News & Views, Data/Tech, Regulation, Digitization, Business Interruption

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For more than a year, COVID-19 has impacted the lives of millions, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. With more than 25 million cases in the US, nearly half a million dead, countless businesses closed and millions of people jobless without financial security, no one has been left unscathed. It has also raised significant issues for the insurance industry, particularly spurred by Business Interruption-related questions and litigation.

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Cyber Insurance Starting to Find A Practical Footing

Jan 28, 2021 / by AAIS posted in Personal Lines, Community, Issues & Trends, IoT, Homeowners, Cyber, New/Emerging Risks, P&C Insurers, Cyber Fortress, Berkley Re, CyberPolicy, AAIS Views

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Imagine this: You’re working from home, like many others during the COVID-19 pandemic. Your children are also home, remote learning. One of your kids falls prey to malware, infecting your entire network with a virus. Your at-home business’s website is shut down for eight hours. You sigh a breath of relief, thankful that your insurance will cover the costs… or does it?

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Cyber Crime: The Online Home Invasion

Jan 4, 2021 / by AAIS posted in Personal Lines, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, IoT, Homeowners, Cyber, New/Emerging Risks, AAIS Insights, AAIS Pulse, Berkley Re, Insurance Line of Business, CyberScout

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With an increasing number of employees working from home, there has also been an alarming increase in personal and professional cybercrime exposure. At the September 2020 AAIS Pulse, AAIS Personal Lines Product Manager Linda Jancik hosted a panel of cyber-focused leaders, including CyberScout’s Eric Warbasse and Berkley Re Solutions’ Jeff Cron and Chris Ellis to discuss the rise of cyber threats, future predictions, and how carriers can protect their customers from emerging digital exposures.

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Design Thinking: A Human-Centric Framework for Problem Solving

Aug 20, 2020 / by Truman Esmond posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Insurtech, IoT, Working in Insurance, P&C Insurers, Innovation, Design Thinking, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Executive

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Design Thinking is a practical and creative approach to problem solving, used in industries and organizations searching for new, customer-centric ways to enhance the customer experience. Design Thinking aims to better understand consumers' needs and formulate an innovative solution for them. When utilized properly, this framework allows organizations to create faster, more profitable innovations at a more efficient rate. At AAIS, Design Thinking helps formulate innovative insurance solutions, such as the openIDL distributed ledger technology for regulatory reporting in 2018.

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Parallels Between Yesterday and Tomorrow: Building Data Networks for Success

Jun 30, 2020 / by Joan Zerkovich posted in openIDL, Community, Technology, Data & Technology, Data Management/Distributed Ledger, Insurtech, IoT, Blockchain, Data/Tech

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Open source technology. Collaboration and cooperation to improve the products and technologies necessary to move innovation forward. Building a platform where new applications are welcomed to extend the tool’s use cases. These fundamental practices led to the creation of the Internet…and are being seen again as distributed ledger technology takes center stage.

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Emerging Cyber Exposures

Jun 29, 2020 / by Linda Jancik posted in Personal Lines, Community, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, IoT, Homeowners, Cyber, New/Emerging Risks, Underwriting

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As today’s families fall asleep at night, they rest assured that they are protected from home perils. When thinking about keeping our homes safe, many think of the standard home perils: fire, floods, and burglary. However, as we delve further into the age of technology, many people forget that their homes are susceptible to more than physical perils. Danger can lurk within their phones, computers, and other IoT devices.

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Safe at Home, Safe Online: Smart Homes, Sensors, and IoT

Jun 15, 2020 / by Linda Jancik posted in Personal Lines, Community, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, IoT, Homeowners, Telematics, Cyber, P&C Insurers, Security, Data Management

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Advancements in technology have brought great strength to home security systems, transforming what we once considered an average house into a modern smart home.

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Reliable Robotics Take on Tasks

Oct 21, 2019 / by Mutual Boiler Re posted in Community, Technology, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Robotics/Drones, Insurtech, IoT, New/Emerging Risks, Industry, Data/Tech

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Robots – once the subjects of science fiction books, movies and TV programs – are now real-life partners involved in our daily lives in many ways.

Robotic applications are cropping up everywhere to replace an assortment of jobs that
have been performed by humans for decades. Often times, they’re designed to perform a very specific task, allowing them to deliver enhanced productivity, reduced operating costs and decreased error rates. They can be found in various locations and industries, completing repetitive tasks such as assembling orders in a warehouse, harvesting crops on a farm and even preparing meals at a fast-food restaurant.

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