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IMGING 2.4 Adds Solar Horizon Scan and Scan Size UI
IMGING 2.4 Adds Solar Horizon Scan and Scan Size UI 1024 576 Kevin Wunder

IMGING 2.4 has a huge enhancement for our solar customers, but there’s a little something for all of our users. Here’s what’s in our latest release: Scan Sizes For Multifamily and Commercial Inspections To support customers focused on large, commercial structures, we updated the user interface in the IMGING app to help users better understand…

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Can Drones Help Roofing Companies With Labor Demand?
Can Drones Help Roofing Companies With Labor Demand? 1024 576 Madeline McBeth

More and more, roofing companies are seeing the benefit of utilizing drone technology in their business. Employees are safer, information is more reliable, and property owners are more pleased with higher-quality work. However, with an influx of work and few qualified to complete it, the roofing industry and construction market in general are experiencing a…

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Considering Drones for Insurance Inspections? Here’s How to Find a Vendor
Considering Drones for Insurance Inspections? Here’s How to Find a Vendor 1024 576 Ethan Kirk

Drone technology is an effective tool for many industries. One that’s seeing a lot of success adding drones to their repertoire is insurance. Insurance has been one of the slower industries to innovate, but drones for insurance inspections are proving to be a productive way to reduce LAE, improve efficiency, and keep adjusters safer. Several…

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What Some Carriers Get Wrong About Digitizing Claims
What Some Carriers Get Wrong About Digitizing Claims 1024 576 Jim Loveland

While drones, AI, and other technologies promise to increase insurance carrier productivity, the changing customer, climate, and market means our industry needs a lot more than a few efficiency hacks. The insurance industry is facing increasingly powerful storms. Insured losses reached $79 billion last year. On top of that, Millennials now dominate our housing market.…

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From Surveys to Horizon Reports: 5 Reasons Why Solar Companies Need A Drone Platform
From Surveys to Horizon Reports: 5 Reasons Why Solar Companies Need A Drone Platform 1024 576 Madeline McBeth

For any business in the fast-growing solar industry, small improvements can make a world of difference. So for solar providers, a drone platform can be the distinction between OK and the best. Solar drone inspections can help providers make the leap from ineffectual to productive, from risky to refined. But how do they do it?…

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Will The Digital Revolution Kill Ladder Assist?
Will The Digital Revolution Kill Ladder Assist? 1024 576 Ethan Kirk

As a growing number of insurers recognize the benefits of simplifying outdated claims processes – the days of ladder assist could be numbered. For years, third-party companies have determined loss. They have also uncovered the cause of damage for claims adjusters in the field. Such a service, while useful, does not solve a few fundamental…

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How Drones and AI Are Redefining Insurtech
How Drones and AI Are Redefining Insurtech 1024 576 Ethan Kirk

Even in the wake of major North American catastrophes – hurricanes, wildfires, and earthquakes – insureds report high levels of claim satisfaction with some carriers. How can carriers continue to produce excellent customer satisfaction ratings given the enterprise-wide stressors of massive property damage claims? The secret weapon might just be A.I. and drone technologies. Today’s…

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Is My Roofing Company Ready for Drones?
Is My Roofing Company Ready for Drones? 1024 576 Madeline McBeth

Advances in drone technology have revolutionized the roofing industry. Drone roof inspections are changing the game, allowing companies to increase both the quantity and quality of their work without adding headcount, hassle, or risk. However, not all companies will be able to reap all the benefits of a drone platform. But who will? And how…

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Why LAANC Matters to Drone Pilots
Why LAANC Matters to Drone Pilots 1024 576 Kevin Wunder

LAANC is the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability. It’s a collaboration between the Federal Aviation Administration and private industry to help drone pilots operating under the Small UAS Rule Part 107, fly in controlled airspace around airports. LAANC automates the application and approval process for airspace authorizations through automated applications developed by an FAA-Approved UAS Service Suppliers…

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Carriers: It’s Time to Think About Drone Strategy for Storm Season
Carriers: It’s Time to Think About Drone Strategy for Storm Season 1024 576 Bruce Crankshaw

Storm season is on the horizon, and it’s time for carriers to think about their claims strategies. As a recap, the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season had above average activity, most notable for devastating hurricanes Florence and Michael. The Atlantic Hurricane Season wasn’t the only force of destruction in 2018. California experienced the worst year of…

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