Robotics/Drones

Open Source Benefits are Coming to Insurance

Dec 6, 2021 / by Joan Zerkovich posted in openIDL, Machine Learning/AI, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Data Management/Distributed Ledger, Robotics/Drones, Open Source, Tech News, IoT, Telematics, Modeling/Predictive Analytics, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Data/Tech

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In 2002, Amazon eliminated millions of dollars from its technology costs by switching to the Linux operating system, an open source technology platform from the Linux Foundation. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Amazon stated it was able to cut technology expenses by about 25%, from $71 million to $54 million, primarily through “migration to a Linux-based technology platform that utilizes a less-costly technology infrastructure, as well as general price reductions for data and telecommunication services due to market overcapacity[1]. Amazon continues its open source technology strategy today, as do thousands of other companies. Today, 96.3% of the world's top one million servers run on Linux[2].

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Update from The Farm…Farmowners Product Expanding

Nov 30, 2021 / by Hope King posted in Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Robotics/Drones, Tech News, Farm & Ag, P&C Insurers, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Data/Tech, Insurance Line of Business

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The farm industry continues to transform. While smaller family farming operations maintain a strong presence and make up a large percentage of the market, we’re seeing growth of large commercial farms that include a variety of operations and layered revenue streams. It is an ultra-competitive market with each company searching for an edge over their competitors.

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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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New Rules for Sanitary Transporation of Food

Sep 15, 2018 / by Rich Pelkofsky posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Robotics/Drones, Regulatory/Compliance, Farm & Ag, Auto, Food

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There has seen an increase in governmental oversight of the manufacturing, handling and storage of food. The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was passed to prevent practices that could potentially create food safety hazards. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in turn, released rules for the safe transport of food. They are known as rules for "Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food", and they are affecting the inland marine market.

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