OEMs are starting to get the picture about usage-based insurance. Siegfried Mortkowitz looks at what may be the beginning of an irresistible trend of car-makers offering the product at the point of sale.
Researchers raise safety concerns over Progressive’s Snapshot, as Ford opens a Silicon Valley research center and Harman acquires two software companies with connected car competencies. Andrew Tolve reports.
TU-Automotive has recently announced that Intelligent Mechatronic Systems (IMS) and The Co-operators will present an insurance telematics case study at the Insurance Telematics Canada 2015 Conference and Exhibition (April 23-24, Westin Prince Hotel, Toronto).
Technology is disrupting the insurance industry, but there are still plenty of opportunities and obstacles. Blair Currie, vice president of business development, for Intelligent Mechatronic Systems (IMS) sat down with TU to discuss changes on the road ahead.
With usage-based insurance (UBI) slowly increasing its share of the auto insurance market, Siegfried Mortkowitz looks at a device that, its providers say, could thrust telematics insurance into the mainstream.