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Insuring the future of mobility – how technology is changing the market

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Tuesday, May 23, 2023

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On the 23rd of May, we examined how the nature of transportation is being changed by rapid advancements in technology and the new data it creates. That technology is designed to make vehicles ever more autonomous and environmentally friendly. That means that both manufacturers and insurers need to evolve to provide new products to customers who will consume in different ways. And what they provide needs to reflect the technological advancements enabled by this new mobility ecosystem.

Discussions on the night included:

  • Embedded Motor Insurance – Why, What and How – Darius Kumana, Chief Product Officer at Wrisk, and Sam Hoppe, Head of Corporate Development at Open
  • How to build a truly digital full-stack motor insurer and the benefits – Tom Clarke, Chief EV Officer at Abacai
  • How IoT and telematics data is being used to close the protection gap and manage risk – Devin Chawda, Co-founder and CEO at ARMD, and Lee Northwood, Underwriting Manager at QBE Europe
  • The impact of robotics and autonomous vehicles on safety, risk and the insurance product set – Rebecca Marsden, VP of Risk and Insurance at OxboticaAndy Gill, Co-founder and COO at Simulytic – a Siemens AG venture, and Gary Adamson, Pricing Actuary, Apollo Underwriting
  • The impact of the drive for a greener future – how does the move to EVs and other power sources change the nature of risk? – Tom Clarke, Chief EV Officer, AbacaiRuta Mikiskaite, Head P&C Solutions UKI, Swiss Re Europe SA, and Billy Bone, Portfolio Underwriting Manager, Flock
  • Ambitious Insurers – Delivering The Future of Claims – Paul Wishman, Senior Alliance Director, EMEA & APAC, EISMatt Gilham, Director of WHITELK Fraud Performance Consulting, and Kevern Thompson, Business Unit Director, CAPS Consortium

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

InsTech is accredited by The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). By attending an InsTech Evening event, you can claim up to 1.5 CPD hours towards your CPD scheme.

Let us know you attended the event by emailing [email protected] and if your organisation is a member of InsTech, you will receive a quarterly summary of the CPD hours you have earned.

The Learning Objectives for this event were:

  • Outline how advancements in transportation technology are changing the nature of the relationship between manufacturers, insurers and customers
  • Identify how developments such as electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles and robotics are changing the nature of risk and insurance products
  • Summarise how to build a truly digital full-stack motor insurer and the advantages it brings

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Insuring the future of mobility - how technology is changing the market