Drones allow you to gather on-demand information in a fraction of the time.
Faster, safer insurance assessments.
When a building sustains damage during a natural disaster, gathering timely, accurate information is crucial. Often a site may not be safe or accessible after a disaster. If it is accessible, the assessment process can take months with manual inspection. Drones allow for faster and safer insurance assessments.
Process insurance claims and start repairs without delay.
Drones improve the claims process by providing you with a richer, more accurate data-set, which can be leveraged through the claims process. Geotagged drone maps help you to quickly identify broken windows, penetration, leaks and cracks. Thermal imaging cameras can help to detect the extent of water or fire damage to a building from the air. Instead of wasting precious time collecting information, you can process claims fast and get started on repairs.
Collaborative approach to insurance assessment.
Easily share maps, photos and 3D models with stakeholders to keep everyone on the same page. Aerial intelligence software with built-in annotation tools, allows for editing from multiple remote locations. This reduces turnaround time and streamlines the assessment and claim workflow.
GPS assisted Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s) with collision protection and active camera stabilisation are helping insurance companies cut costs, deliver efficiencies and save time by speeding up the assessment of damage to homes, businesses and other infrastructure, in the unfortunate event of one of these incidents occurring. Using aerial footage, insurance company assessors can see first-hand damage to property, facilitating faster assessment and quicker payouts.
Our GPS assisted Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) with collision protection and active camera stabilisation are fitted with ultra-high resolution cameras capable of capturing images in 4K-UHD (ultra-high definition) resolution (3840 x 2160p) and are even capable of producing 3D images by taking a combination of photographs and using software to correct images for distortion using elevation data before stitching them together to create a truly breathtaking result, one that is simply not possible from ground shots alone.Find Out More