The Institutes

FAA Regulations On Drone Use A Hindrance To Insurers

 Tuesday, May 10, 2016

 Insurance Networking News

As they move from theoretical use cases into the testing phase, insurance companies are witnessing the impact unmanned aircraft systems will have on claims and underwriting processes quickly. Allstate, State Farm, USAA and other insurers foresee drones as a means for roof inspection and scene investigation after catastrophic events, such as hailstorms or wildfires. This will result in expedited claims estimates for customers and time saved on manual inspections of damaged property, industry leaders say.
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