Dr Michael Bewley & Tony Agresta: Nearmap: Property in three dimensions

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With the increasing choices that insurers have of data sources to identify property characteristics, choosing the right level of detail and certainty is essential.

This week Matthew travels virtually around the world to talk to Tony Agresta, EVP and General Manager of Nearmap and Dr Michael Bewley VP of AI and Computer Vision.

Topics covered include:

  • Achieving 3-D imagery and creating virtual images of property to walk around
  • Differences between aerial imagery from aircraft compared to satellites
  • Working with partners
  • The future opportunities following the Thoma Bravo acquisition

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  • Define what makes a partnership compatible and the benefits of collaboration
  • Summarise how to best use data to make it useful to insurers

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