A maintenance company which admitted breaching health and safety laws after Tahnie Martin was killed by debris blown off a roof by Storm Doris was subsequently fined £1.3 million.Read more
Drones Taking off In the Claims Process:
At a glance:
The use of drones in commercial business is increasing
Whilst there are numerous risks and safety concerns associated with the use of drones, they do allow for a more efficient way for businesses to survey
We take a look at how drones could be used during a claims process, and the benefits they could bring to the insurance industry.
Iprosurv has again established itself as one of the UK leading supplier of drone services, with the successful award of an £8m contract in conjunction with YPO and the Home Office national framework agreement.Read more
All the signs are that, in the next few years, responsible use of drones is set to bring huge gains for the economy and society.Read more
For most people, their home is their biggest asset, but let’s say you are business owner – would it be fair to say that the business is your biggest asset. When we say asset we mean of course it’s people, it’s buildings, it’s machinery and it’s stock. Progressive use of drone technology means it is now […]Read more
Drones aren’t new technology by any means. Now, however, thanks to new software and better understanding by industries-it seems their time has now arrived.Read more
But are drones bad? Are they just an expensive toy? Or can they deliver tangible benefit in specific scenarios and industries?
” The importance of choosing a reputable partner is highly important to Zurich”
” Zurich have recently teamed up with a company specialising in drone flight, Iprosurv”
The insurance industry is continuing to embrace drone technology, but commercial drone operators such as Iprosurv still have so much more to offer our clients and continue to assist and educate our clients on the benefits of drones, including better safety, efficiency, faster turnaround time, and reduced costs. Goldman Sachs estimates the global drone industry […]Read more
Drones are helping insurers determine causation quicker. Drones were the subject of unpopular press following chaos at Gatwick Airport in December 2018, where the devices grounded more than 1,000 flights by repeatedly flying over the airfield. However, drones are playing an increasingly important role within insurance, and are becoming particularly prevalent in the investigation and […]Read more
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