Make quick and accurate catastrophic assessments using ultra high resolution aerial imagery
With natural disasters and climate change catastrophes threatening our world, the need for quick and accurate information is essential.
The use of location technology, applied AI, and high-resolution imagery is transforming the way insurers assess catastrophic damage. As a result, insurers are able to provide an exceptional, proactive, customer experience.
The Geospatial Intelligence Center – the insurance industry’s non-for-profit geospatial consortium – will demo industry innovation featuring:
- National-scale 360-degree aerial imagery
- Rapid post-disaster aerial imagery within 24-hours of aircraft landing
- Munich Re Address-level damage classification via Advanced AI
Geospatial Intelligence Centre will also present their consortium model and how high-resolution aerial imagery is rapidly accessible to the Insurance Industry as well as first responders, humanitarian organizations, and federal and state agencies, providing them with actionable insight into the situation on the ground.
Hear how collaboration with Esri’s leading Geospatial mapping software and tools brings this to life through Virtual Inspection Studio, supported by Esri’s Disaster Response and Open data programme.
Learn how collaboration with Munich Re's innovation lab has provided the very latest AI Disaster Classification capability to provide address level algorithmic detection of damage in support of digital automated solutions of the future.
Location: The Old Library at Lloyd's of London Date: Thursday 28th March 2019 Time: 16:00 - 17:15 Address: One Lime St, London, EC3M 7HA