Insurance Sector

Insurance Sector

1 Insurance companies all over the world are beginning to try out unmanned aerial vehicles to speed up the damage claim process, especially in the case of natural disasters. In just a few years, when a disaster occurs, unmanned mobile units will be the first ones to arrive to the site to assess damage to property and goods, and the damage claim will be dealt with within hours or days, instead of weeks or months, as is the case at present.

2 But this does not only apply to the occurrence of natural or great disasters, but also to day-to-day damage assessment carried out by insurance companies. Fires in buildings or industrial plants or damage caused by torrential rains in roofs and crop fields are just two examples in which drones can significantly speed up the process of damage assessment. EKOFASTBA is well-equipped to bring about the future and to place your insurance company at the cutting-edge of technology in order to become much more efficient both in time and economic terms in damage assessment and to have a great advantage in the face of the competition companies in the sector.

3 In EKOFASTBA we offer you an integral solution: from the analysis and design of the unmanned aerial vehicles that your company requires to their delivery and setup; from the processing of the acquired images and data for the development of reports to the training of your insurance agents so that they can by themselves deploy the drones, gather the required data and generate the damage assessment reports in a fully autonomous way. The technology is already so easy to use that we can make your staff use the unmanned aerial vehicles with self-sufficiency all along the process in the same way as they can use their laptop or smartphone.

Aerial asset inventory in a variety of sectors (e.g. agriculture), including the inventory of buildings, machinery, vehicles and infrastructure. The owner of the assets or the insurance company can appropriately test the insured assets. This inventory can be made just once or through biannual, annual or biennial visits to update the inventories of the previous period
Assistance in damage assessment through aerial inspection, thus facilitating a visual comparison between the initial photographic or video inventory and the post-accident inventory. This comparison speeds up and enrich the details of the damage assessment process, especially in large-scale damage of insured infrastructure