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15th Oct

Drones and data set to revolutionise the UK agricultural insurance market


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Iprosurv, the UK’s leading aerial survey, inspection and mapping provider, has entered into partnership with US-based agricultural surveying specialists, Sentera, in a move that will change the way agricultural risks are managed and insured in the UK.

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6th Oct

A view from the frontline: a tech-led future beckons for loss adjusting


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Loss adjusting is is often seen as the preserve of men with clipboards and measuring tapes but as Darren Anderton, Head of Major Loss – North, at McLarens explains, the truth is far more digital than you might imagine. Loss adjusting tends to be viewed as one of the more traditional areas of the insurance […]

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25th Sep

A Case for Drones – In a Post Grenfell Landscape


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The Grenfell disaster which claimed the lives of 72 people was not a one-off event, absorbed and grieved over before everyone moved on. The repercussions of that night are still with us and continue to be significant for residents of high-rise buildings across the country. And, indeed, for the landlords, housing associations and local authorities […]

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11th Sep

Eye in the sky: How Iprosurv is using drones to survey buildings


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Rebecca Jones and her partner realised the commercial potential of drones, but, as she tells Martin Friel, it needed a leap of faith before their high-flying business could take off.

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3rd Sep

CAA grants extended line of sight permissions to Iprosurv


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Standard aviation regulations insist that drones remain within the pilot’s sight at all times during flight which has historically limited flight distances to around 500m but Iprosurv’s new permissions allow its remote pilots to fly drones up to 2km from the launch site, with no direct line of sight required by the remote pilot.

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26th Aug

Helping Customers Through Storm Francis


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Now that Storm Francis has finally subsided our pilots are beginning to see instructions coming through around the UK and we will be inspecting many damaged properties over the next few days.

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20th Aug

IPROSURV SELECT ALTITUDE ANGEL AS GLOBAL MAP DATA PROVIDER


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London, UK: Altitude Angel, the world’s leading UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) technology provider, today announced survey and inspection provider, Iprosurv, has opted to embed Altitude Angel’s market leading data in its flight mapping solutions.

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10th Aug

Taking a lift from drones to stand out from the crowd


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The world of insurance broking can be cut-throat where every client win and reduction in premium counts, says Aston Lark’s head of claims and risk management, Richard Graham. But by embracing tech and, in particular, drones, he is confident that Aston Lark can steal a march on competitors.

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24th Jul

The outsider tasked with taking drones mainstream


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In most use cases drones will be safer, faster, cheaper, and often greener than the current alternatives. Beyond the obvious safety benefits, he says there are four key areas where drones are being or will be used extensively over the coming years.

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