Articles - Webinar Using Connected Cars Digital Data in the Real World


Join LexisNexis Risk Solutions, Daimler, Sara Assicurazioni, SBD Automotive and The EU Commission (represented by ATB), in a live webinar (September 24, 11am CET). Gain insights on utilising connected car data for practical, new and valuable consumer insurance services.

 Register today for the live webinar. 11am CET, September 24.
  
 LexisNexis Risk Solutions analysed 11 million randomly selected U.S. vehicles within model years 2014-2019, and using proprietary information compared vehicles equipped with a set of core ADAS features against vehicles without those features.
  
 We found that ADAS equipped vehicles showed a 27% reduction in bodily injury claim frequency and a 19% reduction in property damage frequency.
  
 Accessing build data to identify each vehicle’s ADAS is the first step in the journey – with modern cars now able to share digital mileage, driving scoring and full UBI programs, we are beyond the tipping point.
  
 In collaboration with SBD Automotive, we will host Daimler, The EU Commission (represented by ATB) and Sara Assicurazioni, to share insights on how to realise the full potential of vehicle-generated data for insurers
  
 We will discuss and share insights on:
 
 • How ADAS is being proved effective related directly to claims and risk analysis so you can offer more accurate and competitive pricing to owners of safer vehicles
 • Identifying what is important – data normalisation, scoring, attributes to quickly and effectively adjust your underwriting processes in line with new vehicle data
 • The EU Commission’s innovative program, SmashHit, that aims to increase the addressable market of consumers for connected services

  
 Register today for the live webinar. 11am CET, September 24.
 
 
  
 
  

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