Farmers said the Kespry drones will help it move more quickly and safely to gather rooftop imagery and data, generate analytic reports, supplement ladder assist capabilities and resolve more claims with greater efficiency and accuracy.
Drones deliver benefits and one of those is the ability to conduct aerial inspections safely and economically.
Kespry will now be able to extend its enterprise drone platform by offering insurance-specific functionality such as inspection-quality imagery for roofing and automated analysis to assist claim adjusters.
George Mathew, Kespry CEO and chairman, said the technology enables insurers to provide their policyholders with shortened claim cycles and reduced loss adjustment expenses while minimizing liabilities and risks for field staffs.
“Now, insurers can dramatically improve the policyholder experience through shortened claim cycles while also reducing loss adjustment expenses and minimizing liabilities and risks for field staff.”
Kespry’s automated aerial intelligence solution is designed to improve the property and casualty roof claim cycle.
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.