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This week, details of the latest InsTech report on remote claims assessment and find out who is joining Matthew, Robin and the InsTech team on stage at our next evening event.

Property insights from above - Podcast 186

Arturo CEO, John-Isaac "JC" Clark, talks to Matthew about how Arturo is using satellite data, what underwriters are doing with the information and how he expects the process to evolve as innovation progresses.

Property Remote Claims Assessment: the 40 Companies to Watch

Our new report provides an overview of how insurers are carrying out remote claims and the opportunities emerging from new technologies. It features 40 companies offering solutions, with descriptions of what each one is offering and extended write-ups for the companies we have been working closely with at InsTech. This report is free to InsTech London members.

InsTech in London: All Sorts - An Evening of Insurtech Treats - 27 April, 5:30pm, CodeNode

InsTech’s Matthew, Holly, Ali and Robin will be hosting this event. We will be chatting to Open and bolttech about their plans for the UK market and discussing recent new developments at INSTANDAEigen Technologies and Insurwave. We’ll also be welcoming start-ups Kita, Claims Carbon, DA|X and Kayna to the InsTech stage to find out more about their propositions, plans and needs.

Member Spotlight: Novidea

InsTech’s Tara Allsopp speaks to Ben Potts, UK Managing Director at Novidea, to discuss its broker management platform, how they identify potential partnerships and future growth opportunities.

Reports worth reading - Aon Global Catastrophe Recap - Q1 2022

The first edition of Aon’s new quarterly catastrophe report assesses natural hazards across Western and Central Europe, Australia, Japan and the United States over the first quarter of 2022. Those events led to combined economic losses of $32 billion, of which public and private insurers covered $14 billion.

Concirrus launches Quest Property in the US market

Quest Property uses AI to process satellite and aerial imagery to produce post-catastrophe damage reports and analytics within hours of data acquisition. It is available for both residential and commercial properties, with the aim of speeding up the claims process by giving greater control to insurers and lowering claims handling costs.

Blink Parametric partners with B2B travel marketplace baoba

Blink Parametric’s flight delay solution will be available to baoba insurance customers. Baoba is also aiming to add Blink’s flight cancellation, hotel disruption, lost luggage and weather guarantee solutions.

How to prepare data for analysis

As data sources grow larger and more diverse, preparing data creates significant challenges for organisations. This article from Precisely covers who is involved in the processing and preparation of data, as well as how to choose the right tools and technologies.