Drones Save Time and Money in Safety Inspections and Insurance Adjusting
Just published—our 2021 edition. Order now!
Drones are being used by insurance companies to conduct inspections for underwriting and claims adjusting. Images recorded by drones can cover far more territory in a short period of time than human adjusters, and they are particularly useful in the aftermath of disasters such as wildfires and hurricanes, when insurers are swamped with claims. Companies that have adopted the use of drones include State Farm, AIG, Liberty Mutual, Allstate, Travelers, USAA and Nationwide.
Meanwhile, a wide range of uses for drones are emerging in public safety and industrial safety. Drones are finding specialized uses in police patrols and traffic control, while industrial firms can use drones to monitor the safe operation of pipelines, construction sites, power lines, solar farms and windmill installations.
For everything you need to know about Aerospace, Aircraft, Satellites & Drones companies, see: Plunkett’s Aerospace, Aircraft, Satellites & Drones Industry Almanac 2021
Available to Plunkett Research Online subscribers
See more information about the online edition here.
Also available in Almanac Editions.
Publication Date: October 2020 Price: $379.99
Printed ISBN: 978-1-62831-587-5
eBook ISBN: 978-1-62831-893-7
See the complete listings of book contents and details here.