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Overcoming the Negatives of False Positives

  • June 15, 2016
  • Peter Byrne
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The single biggest impediment to deployment of automated first notice of loss – or AFNOL – systems and broad adoption by users is system reliability. That is, ensuring false reports (aka false alarms) are minimized. Insurance providers and fleet operators must be able to rely on the inbound report as a real accident, and not …

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Introducing Instant Crash Notification

  • June 06, 2016
  • Peter Byrne
  • Reading Time: 2 minutes
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Insurance claims, and the cost of processing them, are expensive. At up to 80 percent of premiums earned, they can be the single largest expense for carriers. With today’s advances in connected car technologies, there is a new focus on automating the claims management process – from immediate accident notification to remote damage assessment and …

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Auto Dealers Need a Trusted 3rd Party to Tap Connected Car Benefits

  • June 02, 2016
  • dbhatia
  • Reading Time: 2 minutes
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Auto Dealers stand to reap enormous benefits from connected cars with 1) higher efficiency on the lot, 2) more revenue opportunities during the sale, and 3) improved customer service over the lifetime of the vehicle. And in order to tap these benefits, they will need to rely on a trusted 3rd party, not the OEM. …

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Moving Intelligence to the Edge with ODP

  • January 28, 2016
  • Gregory J. Hill
  • Reading Time: 2 minutes
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Intelligence at the edge brings a number of advantages to device management and machine-to-machine communications. In addition to a vastly greater capacity for data ingestion and real-time analytics, more sophisticated insights, and device virtualization, there is the benefit that the devices themselves become smart enough to negotiate consensus and make autonomous decisions. The availability of …

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