[LISTEN] Insurers now using drones to asses damages and claims
Business Tech has run a story on how a number of insurance companies have started using drones or unmanned aerial vehicles to assess damages and claims.
Old Mutual Insure is one of the firms which will soon be using the technology.
Joanne Joseph spoke to the company's executive for High-Net-Worth Solutions Christelle Colman to find out more.
We are now in the pilot phase of the project so we have our drones, pilots trained up...so very interesting times.Christelle Colman, Executive for High-Net-Worth Solutions - Old Mutual Insure
It is more when we have natural disasters. So it is when we have areas that are inaccessible first and foremost or there is a huge number of claims happening in one specific area.Christelle Colman, Executive for High-Net-Worth Solutions - Old Mutual Insure
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