IoT Journaal mentions that the ANWB has been experimenting with an OBD monitor system in cars for a few years now. There seem to be 25,000 participants with such a box in the car driving around in the Netherlands. In exchange Slovenia WhatsApp Number List for a premium discount (from Unigarant, the insurance branch of ANWB), the ANWB receives all data about the driving behavior of the motorist. It is of course the intention that a motorist shows safe driving behavior in order to be able to keep the premium discount. Also read: Inspiration! 13 formats for content on social media ANWB also wants to share the data with the customer.
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The driver can read in his app whether he is driving safely and where he can still improve his driving style. The insured also has complete insight into his life as a motorist in his app. Think of speed, route and times when he uses the car most often. 2. Better risk assessment Estimating the risks for insurers is becoming increasingly accurate on the basis of the big data already collected, enriched with external big data and in combination with the use of drones, for example. Real estate insurers in particular are increasingly using drones. Some consultants estimate that drones can make insurance technicians’ workflow 40 to 50 percent more efficient.
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More efficient claims handling By tagging the assets and equipping. Them with invisible sensors, and installing track-and-trace equipment, the recovery rate of stolen goods can be many times higher. A good example of this is Viloc. New business models IoT also offers opportunities for new insurance products. Think of cybersecurity insurance or usage-based insurance. Paying for use instead of ownership In the Netherlands, there has been discussion for some. Time about paying for the use of a car instead of for owning it. Although this discussion is related to road tax, it also indicates that it is an acceptable idea to pay insurance for use alone.