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February 22nd 2016 - Events
2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016

Date: April 27-28, 2016
Location: Chicago, IL
Description: The 2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016 has been fully re-engineered after extensive research and conversations with every insurance carrier in North America, to bring a rigorous and up-to-the-minute agenda focusing on the changes that will impact auto insurance business models as telematics technologies evolve and autonomous vehicles penetrate the market. To learn more about the event, click here

For the very first time, a brand new $27 billion market will be looked at, with dedicated case studies focusing on how insurance companies can capitalize on opportunities in the commerical vehicles sector. 

Car Connectivity Consortium members get a 15% discount code when registering with code ITUSCCC15.

OVER 18 INSURANCE CARRIER & OEM LED CASE STUDIES FROM
Chris Ziance, Commercial Lines Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Rishi Aurora, Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Neal Silbert, VP Risk Insights, Zurich North America
John Heffernan, AVP/Director Standard Lines Strategic Initiatives, State Auto Insurance
Maureen Brown, Underwriting and Operations Lead, Munich Re
Brian Fields, Innovation Analyst, State Farm Insurance
William Tyminski, Actionable Analytics, National General Insurance
Paul Farrell, Senior Technical Consultant, Nationwide Insurance
Julie Sealey, Loss Control Manager, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance
Steven Armstrong, Chief Pricing Actuary, QBE North America
Andre Barrow, Business Development Officer, Sagicor Insurance
Bob Gruszczynski, OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen
Henry Bzeih, Chief Technology Strategist, KIA Motors America
Nino Tarantino, Chief Executive Officer, Octo Telematics
Dr. Ben Miners, Vice President of Innovation, IMS
Linda Senigaglia, Enterprise Account Executive, Danlaw

 

KEY LEARNING TAKEAWAYS DISCUSSED:

Evolving Business Models For Developing Technologies
Learn how to apply the latest smartphone and in-vehicle technologies to develop processes for improving risk analysis

Mobile Telematics
Discover the optimal approach for delivering consumer collected telematics data and learn how to lower data gathering costs as OBD-II matures

What is the most predictive telematic variable?
Develop a consistent methodology for cost effectively evaluating telematics data in relation to losses
>Speed           > Harsh Acceleration         > Hard Braking?> Harsh Cornering        > Location         >Time Of Day

Data Ownership & Security
Learn what needs to be done to encourage data sharing between insurers, OEMs, third-party aggregators and consumers while eliminating privacy concerns

Autonomous Vehicles
Forecasting the impact of driverless cars on telematics insurance products, claims handling and profitability

Dongles Vs Smartphones Vs Embedded Devices
Which options deliver the highest return on equity for the insurer without compromising data quality?


February 22nd 2016 - Events
2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016

Date: April 27-28, 2016
Location: Chicago, IL
Description: The 2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016 has been fully re-engineered after extensive research and conversations with every insurance carrier in North America, to bring a rigorous and up-to-the-minute agenda focusing on the changes that will impact auto insurance business models as telematics technologies evolve and autonomous vehicles penetrate the market. To learn more about the event, click here

For the very first time, a brand new $27 billion market will be looked at, with dedicated case studies focusing on how insurance companies can capitalize on opportunities in the commerical vehicles sector. 

Car Connectivity Consortium members get a 15% discount code when registering with code ITUSCCC15.

OVER 18 INSURANCE CARRIER & OEM LED CASE STUDIES FROM
Chris Ziance, Commercial Lines Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Rishi Aurora, Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Neal Silbert, VP Risk Insights, Zurich North America
John Heffernan, AVP/Director Standard Lines Strategic Initiatives, State Auto Insurance
Maureen Brown, Underwriting and Operations Lead, Munich Re
Brian Fields, Innovation Analyst, State Farm Insurance
William Tyminski, Actionable Analytics, National General Insurance
Paul Farrell, Senior Technical Consultant, Nationwide Insurance
Julie Sealey, Loss Control Manager, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance
Steven Armstrong, Chief Pricing Actuary, QBE North America
Andre Barrow, Business Development Officer, Sagicor Insurance
Bob Gruszczynski, OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen
Henry Bzeih, Chief Technology Strategist, KIA Motors America
Nino Tarantino, Chief Executive Officer, Octo Telematics
Dr. Ben Miners, Vice President of Innovation, IMS
Linda Senigaglia, Enterprise Account Executive, Danlaw

 

KEY LEARNING TAKEAWAYS DISCUSSED:

Evolving Business Models For Developing Technologies
Learn how to apply the latest smartphone and in-vehicle technologies to develop processes for improving risk analysis

Mobile Telematics
Discover the optimal approach for delivering consumer collected telematics data and learn how to lower data gathering costs as OBD-II matures

What is the most predictive telematic variable?
Develop a consistent methodology for cost effectively evaluating telematics data in relation to losses
>Speed           > Harsh Acceleration         > Hard Braking?> Harsh Cornering        > Location         >Time Of Day

Data Ownership & Security
Learn what needs to be done to encourage data sharing between insurers, OEMs, third-party aggregators and consumers while eliminating privacy concerns

Autonomous Vehicles
Forecasting the impact of driverless cars on telematics insurance products, claims handling and profitability

Dongles Vs Smartphones Vs Embedded Devices
Which options deliver the highest return on equity for the insurer without compromising data quality?


February 22nd 2016 - Events
2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016

Date: April 27-28, 2016
Location: Chicago, IL
Description: The 2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016 has been fully re-engineered after extensive research and conversations with every insurance carrier in North America, to bring a rigorous and up-to-the-minute agenda focusing on the changes that will impact auto insurance business models as telematics technologies evolve and autonomous vehicles penetrate the market. To learn more about the event, click here

For the very first time, a brand new $27 billion market will be looked at, with dedicated case studies focusing on how insurance companies can capitalize on opportunities in the commerical vehicles sector. 

Car Connectivity Consortium members get a 15% discount code when registering with code ITUSCCC15.

OVER 18 INSURANCE CARRIER & OEM LED CASE STUDIES FROM
Chris Ziance, Commercial Lines Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Rishi Aurora, Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Neal Silbert, VP Risk Insights, Zurich North America
John Heffernan, AVP/Director Standard Lines Strategic Initiatives, State Auto Insurance
Maureen Brown, Underwriting and Operations Lead, Munich Re
Brian Fields, Innovation Analyst, State Farm Insurance
William Tyminski, Actionable Analytics, National General Insurance
Paul Farrell, Senior Technical Consultant, Nationwide Insurance
Julie Sealey, Loss Control Manager, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance
Steven Armstrong, Chief Pricing Actuary, QBE North America
Andre Barrow, Business Development Officer, Sagicor Insurance
Bob Gruszczynski, OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen
Henry Bzeih, Chief Technology Strategist, KIA Motors America
Nino Tarantino, Chief Executive Officer, Octo Telematics
Dr. Ben Miners, Vice President of Innovation, IMS
Linda Senigaglia, Enterprise Account Executive, Danlaw

 

KEY LEARNING TAKEAWAYS DISCUSSED:

Evolving Business Models For Developing Technologies
Learn how to apply the latest smartphone and in-vehicle technologies to develop processes for improving risk analysis

Mobile Telematics
Discover the optimal approach for delivering consumer collected telematics data and learn how to lower data gathering costs as OBD-II matures

What is the most predictive telematic variable?
Develop a consistent methodology for cost effectively evaluating telematics data in relation to losses
>Speed           > Harsh Acceleration         > Hard Braking?> Harsh Cornering        > Location         >Time Of Day

Data Ownership & Security
Learn what needs to be done to encourage data sharing between insurers, OEMs, third-party aggregators and consumers while eliminating privacy concerns

Autonomous Vehicles
Forecasting the impact of driverless cars on telematics insurance products, claims handling and profitability

Dongles Vs Smartphones Vs Embedded Devices
Which options deliver the highest return on equity for the insurer without compromising data quality?


February 22nd 2016 - Events
2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016

Date: April 27-28, 2016
Location: Chicago, IL
Description: The 2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016 has been fully re-engineered after extensive research and conversations with every insurance carrier in North America, to bring a rigorous and up-to-the-minute agenda focusing on the changes that will impact auto insurance business models as telematics technologies evolve and autonomous vehicles penetrate the market. To learn more about the event, click here

For the very first time, a brand new $27 billion market will be looked at, with dedicated case studies focusing on how insurance companies can capitalize on opportunities in the commerical vehicles sector. 

Car Connectivity Consortium members get a 15% discount code when registering with code ITUSCCC15.

OVER 18 INSURANCE CARRIER & OEM LED CASE STUDIES FROM
Chris Ziance, Commercial Lines Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Rishi Aurora, Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Neal Silbert, VP Risk Insights, Zurich North America
John Heffernan, AVP/Director Standard Lines Strategic Initiatives, State Auto Insurance
Maureen Brown, Underwriting and Operations Lead, Munich Re
Brian Fields, Innovation Analyst, State Farm Insurance
William Tyminski, Actionable Analytics, National General Insurance
Paul Farrell, Senior Technical Consultant, Nationwide Insurance
Julie Sealey, Loss Control Manager, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance
Steven Armstrong, Chief Pricing Actuary, QBE North America
Andre Barrow, Business Development Officer, Sagicor Insurance
Bob Gruszczynski, OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen
Henry Bzeih, Chief Technology Strategist, KIA Motors America
Nino Tarantino, Chief Executive Officer, Octo Telematics
Dr. Ben Miners, Vice President of Innovation, IMS
Linda Senigaglia, Enterprise Account Executive, Danlaw

 

KEY LEARNING TAKEAWAYS DISCUSSED:

Evolving Business Models For Developing Technologies
Learn how to apply the latest smartphone and in-vehicle technologies to develop processes for improving risk analysis

Mobile Telematics
Discover the optimal approach for delivering consumer collected telematics data and learn how to lower data gathering costs as OBD-II matures

What is the most predictive telematic variable?
Develop a consistent methodology for cost effectively evaluating telematics data in relation to losses
>Speed           > Harsh Acceleration         > Hard Braking?> Harsh Cornering        > Location         >Time Of Day

Data Ownership & Security
Learn what needs to be done to encourage data sharing between insurers, OEMs, third-party aggregators and consumers while eliminating privacy concerns

Autonomous Vehicles
Forecasting the impact of driverless cars on telematics insurance products, claims handling and profitability

Dongles Vs Smartphones Vs Embedded Devices
Which options deliver the highest return on equity for the insurer without compromising data quality?


February 22nd 2016 - Events
2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016

Date: April 27-28, 2016
Location: Chicago, IL
Description: The 2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016 has been fully re-engineered after extensive research and conversations with every insurance carrier in North America, to bring a rigorous and up-to-the-minute agenda focusing on the changes that will impact auto insurance business models as telematics technologies evolve and autonomous vehicles penetrate the market. To learn more about the event, click here

For the very first time, a brand new $27 billion market will be looked at, with dedicated case studies focusing on how insurance companies can capitalize on opportunities in the commerical vehicles sector. 

Car Connectivity Consortium members get a 15% discount code when registering with code ITUSCCC15.

OVER 18 INSURANCE CARRIER & OEM LED CASE STUDIES FROM
Chris Ziance, Commercial Lines Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Rishi Aurora, Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Neal Silbert, VP Risk Insights, Zurich North America
John Heffernan, AVP/Director Standard Lines Strategic Initiatives, State Auto Insurance
Maureen Brown, Underwriting and Operations Lead, Munich Re
Brian Fields, Innovation Analyst, State Farm Insurance
William Tyminski, Actionable Analytics, National General Insurance
Paul Farrell, Senior Technical Consultant, Nationwide Insurance
Julie Sealey, Loss Control Manager, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance
Steven Armstrong, Chief Pricing Actuary, QBE North America
Andre Barrow, Business Development Officer, Sagicor Insurance
Bob Gruszczynski, OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen
Henry Bzeih, Chief Technology Strategist, KIA Motors America
Nino Tarantino, Chief Executive Officer, Octo Telematics
Dr. Ben Miners, Vice President of Innovation, IMS
Linda Senigaglia, Enterprise Account Executive, Danlaw

 

KEY LEARNING TAKEAWAYS DISCUSSED:

Evolving Business Models For Developing Technologies
Learn how to apply the latest smartphone and in-vehicle technologies to develop processes for improving risk analysis

Mobile Telematics
Discover the optimal approach for delivering consumer collected telematics data and learn how to lower data gathering costs as OBD-II matures

What is the most predictive telematic variable?
Develop a consistent methodology for cost effectively evaluating telematics data in relation to losses
>Speed           > Harsh Acceleration         > Hard Braking?> Harsh Cornering        > Location         >Time Of Day

Data Ownership & Security
Learn what needs to be done to encourage data sharing between insurers, OEMs, third-party aggregators and consumers while eliminating privacy concerns

Autonomous Vehicles
Forecasting the impact of driverless cars on telematics insurance products, claims handling and profitability

Dongles Vs Smartphones Vs Embedded Devices
Which options deliver the highest return on equity for the insurer without compromising data quality?


February 22nd 2016 - Events
2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016

Date: April 27-28, 2016
Location: Chicago, IL
Description: The 2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016 has been fully re-engineered after extensive research and conversations with every insurance carrier in North America, to bring a rigorous and up-to-the-minute agenda focusing on the changes that will impact auto insurance business models as telematics technologies evolve and autonomous vehicles penetrate the market. To learn more about the event, click here

For the very first time, a brand new $27 billion market will be looked at, with dedicated case studies focusing on how insurance companies can capitalize on opportunities in the commerical vehicles sector. 

Car Connectivity Consortium members get a 15% discount code when registering with code ITUSCCC15.

OVER 18 INSURANCE CARRIER & OEM LED CASE STUDIES FROM
Chris Ziance, Commercial Lines Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Rishi Aurora, Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Neal Silbert, VP Risk Insights, Zurich North America
John Heffernan, AVP/Director Standard Lines Strategic Initiatives, State Auto Insurance
Maureen Brown, Underwriting and Operations Lead, Munich Re
Brian Fields, Innovation Analyst, State Farm Insurance
William Tyminski, Actionable Analytics, National General Insurance
Paul Farrell, Senior Technical Consultant, Nationwide Insurance
Julie Sealey, Loss Control Manager, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance
Steven Armstrong, Chief Pricing Actuary, QBE North America
Andre Barrow, Business Development Officer, Sagicor Insurance
Bob Gruszczynski, OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen
Henry Bzeih, Chief Technology Strategist, KIA Motors America
Nino Tarantino, Chief Executive Officer, Octo Telematics
Dr. Ben Miners, Vice President of Innovation, IMS
Linda Senigaglia, Enterprise Account Executive, Danlaw

 

KEY LEARNING TAKEAWAYS DISCUSSED:

Evolving Business Models For Developing Technologies
Learn how to apply the latest smartphone and in-vehicle technologies to develop processes for improving risk analysis

Mobile Telematics
Discover the optimal approach for delivering consumer collected telematics data and learn how to lower data gathering costs as OBD-II matures

What is the most predictive telematic variable?
Develop a consistent methodology for cost effectively evaluating telematics data in relation to losses
>Speed           > Harsh Acceleration         > Hard Braking?> Harsh Cornering        > Location         >Time Of Day

Data Ownership & Security
Learn what needs to be done to encourage data sharing between insurers, OEMs, third-party aggregators and consumers while eliminating privacy concerns

Autonomous Vehicles
Forecasting the impact of driverless cars on telematics insurance products, claims handling and profitability

Dongles Vs Smartphones Vs Embedded Devices
Which options deliver the highest return on equity for the insurer without compromising data quality?


February 22nd 2016 - Events
2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016

Date: April 27-28, 2016
Location: Chicago, IL
Description: The 2nd Annual Telematics Insurance North America 2016 has been fully re-engineered after extensive research and conversations with every insurance carrier in North America, to bring a rigorous and up-to-the-minute agenda focusing on the changes that will impact auto insurance business models as telematics technologies evolve and autonomous vehicles penetrate the market. To learn more about the event, click here

For the very first time, a brand new $27 billion market will be looked at, with dedicated case studies focusing on how insurance companies can capitalize on opportunities in the commerical vehicles sector. 

Car Connectivity Consortium members get a 15% discount code when registering with code ITUSCCC15.

OVER 18 INSURANCE CARRIER & OEM LED CASE STUDIES FROM
Chris Ziance, Commercial Lines Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Rishi Aurora, Product Manager, Progressive Insurance
Neal Silbert, VP Risk Insights, Zurich North America
John Heffernan, AVP/Director Standard Lines Strategic Initiatives, State Auto Insurance
Maureen Brown, Underwriting and Operations Lead, Munich Re
Brian Fields, Innovation Analyst, State Farm Insurance
William Tyminski, Actionable Analytics, National General Insurance
Paul Farrell, Senior Technical Consultant, Nationwide Insurance
Julie Sealey, Loss Control Manager, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance
Steven Armstrong, Chief Pricing Actuary, QBE North America
Andre Barrow, Business Development Officer, Sagicor Insurance
Bob Gruszczynski, OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen
Henry Bzeih, Chief Technology Strategist, KIA Motors America
Nino Tarantino, Chief Executive Officer, Octo Telematics
Dr. Ben Miners, Vice President of Innovation, IMS
Linda Senigaglia, Enterprise Account Executive, Danlaw

 

KEY LEARNING TAKEAWAYS DISCUSSED:

Evolving Business Models For Developing Technologies
Learn how to apply the latest smartphone and in-vehicle technologies to develop processes for improving risk analysis

Mobile Telematics
Discover the optimal approach for delivering consumer collected telematics data and learn how to lower data gathering costs as OBD-II matures

What is the most predictive telematic variable?
Develop a consistent methodology for cost effectively evaluating telematics data in relation to losses
>Speed           > Harsh Acceleration         > Hard Braking?> Harsh Cornering        > Location         >Time Of Day

Data Ownership & Security
Learn what needs to be done to encourage data sharing between insurers, OEMs, third-party aggregators and consumers while eliminating privacy concerns

Autonomous Vehicles
Forecasting the impact of driverless cars on telematics insurance products, claims handling and profitability

Dongles Vs Smartphones Vs Embedded Devices
Which options deliver the highest return on equity for the insurer without compromising data quality?