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 in 2019). For roofing, we solidified a partnership with Standard Industries (GAF), one of the largest roofing and waterproofing manufacturers in the world. For solar, we’ve forged relationships with some of the biggest providers out there to improve their survey speeds and surveyor safety. On the app side, we launched a deep learning engine for damage detection, and racked up 12 total patents in the last 18 months. We’re using these patents to fuel awesome features that make our IMGING inspection platform even better.
Ethan is the AVP of Marketing and press contact at Loveland Innovations. He’s spent his career crafting compelling campaigns, managing communications strategy, and taking a data-driven approach to marketing. Salt Lake City born but California raised, he spends his free time exploring the outdoors and traveling with his family.
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