Details Announced for Driverless Technologies Insurance 2016 Summit

By Caroline Rees / 01 Mar 2016
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Driverless Technologies insurance 2016Assess the Impact of Advanced Driver Assistance systems on Insurance Liability and Pricing in the Short and Long Term

The entire motor insurance industry is very aware that driver assistance technologies help reduce the number of accidents on the roads. Insurers increasingly ask what risks and opportunities are presented by current and future technologies.

Driverless Technologies Insurance 2016 is the result of extensive consultation with motor insurance experts from across the UK and Europe. This summit will take place in London on 17 March 2016 and will give motor insurance carriers and technology manufactures the opportunity to:

  • Hear insights into the plans of vehicle manufactures and app developers
  • Determine where liability will sit during the transition period between today and full autonomy
  • Clarify the new protocol on data ownership, so insurers can get the full benefit of communicative technology
  • Ensure that legislation keeps pace with technological advances
  • Know how an increased use of driver assistance technologies will impact claims and how this will feed through to pricing
  • Understand the specific risks introduced by automated vehicle technologies and ensure compliance
  • Know how motor insurers can evolve, create new product offerings and remain relevant in a world of increasing automation.

Confirmed Speakers Include:

  • Jürgen Weichert, Head Of Global Product Development, Allianz
  • Bettina Zahnd-Sinzig, Accident Research, AXA Switzerland
  • Doug Jenkins, Manager Risk Control- Motor, AXA
  • Karl Gray, Global Head Of Casualty & Motor, Zurich
  • Dan Freeman, Head Of Motor Development, DirectLine
  • Tim Marlow, Head Of Autonomous & Connected Vehicle Research, Argeas

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Interactive panels will enable attendees to discuss and identify the stages of technological development over the coming years and determine where liability lies during the transition period.

Presentations will reveal the effectiveness of a variety of driver assistance technologies, based on real world claims data.

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Posted by Caroline Rees Caroline co-founded Unmanned Systems Technology and has been at the forefront of the business ever since. With a Masters Degree in marketing Caroline has her finger on the pulse of all things unmanned and is committed to showcasing the very latest in unmanned technical innovation. Connect & Contact