Kespry’s automated aerial intelligence solution is designed to improve the property and casualty roof claim cycle.
"Drones are also useful farther up the construction supply chain, in mining and aggregates, says George Mathew, Kespry’s boss. A drone can measure the volume of dozens of stockpiles in a single flight, taking thousands of measurements that are turned into an accurate point cloud within an hour."
"Industrial drones are allowing our customers to collect data in an accurate, faster and safer way. Data to decisions in hours and not days is what we obsess about at Kespry."
"Kespry’s customers in aggregates find they can measure stockpiles 12X faster; insurance customers can double the number of claims processed in a day. Enterprise adoption has brought the return on investment to the forefront of drone offerings, and the successful providers are those that can show clear and measurable benefits to the bottom line."
"Commercial drone technology from companies such as Kespry is one such AI-powered solution that has shown the potential to deliver 100x improvements over existing solutions."
Kespry, the leading aerial intelligence platform provider, announced today that technology industry veterans Jitender Aswani, Jim Allison and David Shearer have joined the company to deepen its leadership team as customer adoption and market momentum accelerates globally.
For anyone working in P&C, drones provide users with multiple means to reduce risk, and the increases in efficiency the tools create can be directly and indirectly seen on the bottom line.
From automating property inspections to leveraging AI in claims, risk management and underwriting, Kespry will explore some of the many ways drones are being used to improve the policyholder experience and carrier operations during the webinar, How Drones, Data & AI Are Revolutionizing the P&C Industry.
There's no fee to attend this webinar. From automating property inspections to leveraging AI in claims, risk management and underwriting, we’ll explore some of the many ways drones are being used to improve the policyholder experience and carrier operations. These technologies allow carriers to reduce risk and indemnity, loss adjustment and underwriting expenses and policyholder churn.