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Why Roofing Companies Need a Drone Strategy (and How to Start)
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Roofing companies are adopting drones for many reasons. They keep people safer. They can be more efficient for gathering roof information. Some are doing it because they feel it’s the next big step forward for roofing bids. The thing is, many roofing companies are missing the point. Sooner than you might realize, roofing companies will…

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What Carriers Get From Outsourced Drone Inspections
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Outsourcing is one of the best ways to get more claim data following a large storm event. But are you sure you’re using every resource available to you? What if your team could get all the data they need to desk adjust without ever stepping foot on a property, no matter the demand? Many carriers…

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Damage Detection for Storm Season
Why AI and Damage Detection Matters to Roofers
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The roofing industry is changing. Property owners demand quick, excellent service. Insurance carriers want ever-higher-quality roof information. It’s tougher than ever to find laborers, plus, a changing climate means stronger storms are on the horizon. To tackle demands and amplify service, roofing companies are adopting cutting-edge technologies like AI to give them better insight and…

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Case Study: How Elevated and IMGING Bring Roofing Into the Digital World
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The people at Elevated Roofing aren’t roofers – they’re visionaries. They’ve become one of the largest roofing companies in North Texas largely thanks to their focus on customer service and new technologies like drones and artificial intelligence. Read the full story to find out how Elevated: Moves the industry forward by using the latest tech…

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Pleasant Grove Drone Company’s Innovations Tackle Roofing Industry
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The following was written by Karissa Neely and originally printed in the Daily Herald. One Pleasant Grove drone company’s innovative approach to structure and roof inspections has earned them 12 patents in just the last 18 months. “When we founded Loveland Innovations, I saw a tremendous potential for drones and artificial intelligence to revolutionize the…

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How Loveland Crushed It in 2018
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Our Year in Review We made a huge impact for insurance, roofing, and solar in 2018. On the insurance side, we launched Drone Assist, which provides carriers with completely new ways to close claims and improve cycle times—we even locked down relationships with some of the biggest carriers in the country (look for more details…

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Case Study: How 3 Carriers Are Using IMGING to Redefine Claims
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Carriers use IMGING to streamline roof claims with automated flight, measurements, 3D models, ultra-high-res imagery, and AI-powered damage detection. IMGING lets adjusters safely and consistently inspect any roof in just a few minutes, while helping carriers reduce cycle times, prevent re-inspections, and lower loss adjustment expenses. Curious about their specific results? Read the full story…

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Loveland Innovations Locks Down 12 Patents in 18 Months
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Loveland Innovations Shows Why Invention Matters With Major Patent Milestone PLEASANT GROVE, Utah, October 30, 2018 – The team at Loveland Innovations®, maker of advanced data analytics solutions and drone-based data gathering tools and services, announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has awarded them their twelfth patent in eighteen months. At…

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Case Study: 1st Light Energy Cuts Solar Site Survey Times in Half
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In the booming solar industry, competition is fierce and only the best can grow. That’s why 1st Light’s COO, Trey Lackey, looks for every potential avenue to out-fox the competition. In particular, Trey wanted to improve 1st Light’s processes in three ways: Improve site survey speed Improve customer satisfaction Arrive to appointments early Soon, Trey…

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How Will UAV-Based CAT Response Change After Hurricane Florence?
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The brunt of the wrath from Hurricane Florence might have passed, but as the storms start to settle for residents of the Carolinas, they’re just beginning for CAT responders. Global risk modeling firm RMS estimates insured losses for wind damages to be between $1.3 billion and $2.6 billion and between $700 million and $1.2 billion…

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