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Claims Teams Begin Handling Onslaught of Harvey Claims

In partnership with Kespry, Farmers will send in drones to assess hurricane damage. Just this month, Farmers announced a new microdrone fleet that will assist adjusters on residential roof damage claims in areas impacted by hailstorms and other severe weather events.

Tags: Farmers Insurance, Hurricane Harvey

Reuters  / 

Commercial drones face unprecedented test in Harvey's destructive wake

Fleets of commercial drones are primed to hover over the destruction from Tropical Storm Harvey in an unprecedented test of unmanned aircraft’s ability to assess billions of dollars in damage for the insurance industry and accelerate payouts for harried policyholders.

Tags: Hurricane Harvey

Information Management  / 

Drones to figure heavily in Harvey response for insurers

Farmers recently announced an agreement with Kespry, which will provide the insurer with hardware, software and analytics around drones.

Tags: Farmers Insurance, Hurricane Harvey

Insurance Business Canada  / 

Insurance industry faces a revolution – if we allow it

New technology and software can expand human capability and dramatically increase efficiency in the insurance industry, according to George Mathew, CEO, Kespry.   

Tags: Insurance Claims, Insurance Adjuster

Dronelife  / 

Kespry Notches Another Client in Bid to Dominate Insurance Market for Drone Services

“We’ve reached a critical moment for the insurance industry where small, autonomous drones can complete complex roof measurements in a matter of minutes, significantly increasing the efficiency and safety of claims adjusters and roof inspectors by arming them with a new analytics-based productivity tool.”

Tags: Haag

sUAS News  / 

Kespry first to receive Haag seal-of-approval for accuracy

“Haag’s study showed that Kespry’s roof measurements are within the accuracy that has come to be expected within the industry,” said Justin Kestner, P.E., president / CEO and principal engineer with Haag. 

Tags: Haag

Inside Unmanned Systems  / 

Farmers Insurance Launches Drone Program

Farmers Insurance will now use Kespry unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to help assess damage to residential rooftops after significant weather events.

Tags: Farmers Insurance, Roof Inspection

Bloomberg  / 

Kespry’s Mathew on Using Drones to Assess Insurance Damage

George Mathew, CEO and Chairman of Kespry, on the impact drones are having on changing blue collar work, partnerships with Farmers Insurance and Deere, and what lies ahead for the commercial drone industry.

Tags: Bloomberg

Canadian Underwriter  / 

Drone Imagery Proves Beneficial in BC Wildfires

CRU sees their drone group as a big assistance in quickly quantifying this damage by neighborhood or parcel.

Tags: Catastrophe Response Unit Adjusters, Canadian Underwriter

Innovators Magazine  / 

Drones deliver positive results

Farmers Insurance will use a fleet of unmanned aerial aircraft systems (UAS) – supplied by Kespry – to speed up inspections and reduce the number of risky situations faced by inspectors.

Tags: Farmers Insurance