Registration Open And Agenda Revealed For Telematics Insurance North America 2016 Conference

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  • February 10, 2016 2:41 PM GMT
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The highly anticipated second event in our Telematics Insurance series, the Telematics Insurance North America 2016 Data Collection Models | Rapidly Evolving Technologies conference is returning to Chicago on April 27 and 28.

PRESS RELEASE

Issue date: January 2016

Registration Open And Agenda Revealed For Telematics Insurance North America 2016 Conference

The highly anticipated second event in our Telematics Insurance series, the Telematics Insurance North America 2016 Data Collection Models | Rapidly Evolving Technologies conference is returning to Chicago on April 27 and 28.

With a thorough, up-to-date agenda designed after months of research with every major as well as small insurance carrier in North America, the conference will focus only on the hottest topics as the industry gets into gear and prepares to modify existing business models as smartphone telematics and autonomous vehicles penetrate the market.

OVER 18 INSURANCE CARRIER & OEM LED CASE STUDIES FROM
John Heffernan, AVP/Director Standard Lines Strategic Initiatives, State Auto Insurance
Christopher Parker, Assistant Vice President For Transportation - Product Underwriting, Zurich Insurance
Christopher Ziance, Assistant General Counsel, Progressive Insurance
Steven Armstrong, Chief Pricing Actuary, QBE North America
Maureen Brown, Underwriting and Operations Lead, Munich Re
Brian Fields, Innovation Analyst, State Farm Insurance
Paul Farrell, Senior Technical Consultant, Nationwide Insurance
William Tyminski, Senior Claims Analytics Analyst, National General Insurance
Henry Bzeih, Chief Technology Strategist, Kia Motors
Bob Gruszczynski, OBD Communication Expert, Volkswagen Group of America

 

KEY AGENDA TOPICS INCLUDE

• EVOLVING BUSINESS MODELS FOR DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGIES: Learn how to apply the latest smartphone and in-vehicle technologies to develop processes for improving risk analysis

• OBD-II: Understanding The True Value Of Data Gathered From Dongles: Accuracy And Richness

• MOBILE TELEMATICS: Discover the optimal approach for delivering consumer collected telematics data and learn how to lower data gathering costs

• DONGLES VS. SMARTPHONES VS. EMBEDDED DEVICES: Which options deliver the highest return on equity for the insurer without compromising data quality?

• WHAT IS THE MOST PREDICTIVE TELEMATICS VARIABLE? Develop a consistent methodology for cost effectively evaluating telematics data in relation to losses

o             Speed                                                  o             Harsh cornering
o             Harsh acceleration                         o             Location
o             Hard braking                                     o             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

Download The Full Agenda here: www.telematics-insurance-data.com/program

SECURE YOUR PLACE TODAY AND SAVE *$400 BEFORE FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12
Register here: www.american-business-conferences.com/c563/2nd-annual-telematics-insurance-north-america-2016-data-collection-business-models-rapidly-evolving/

Visit the event website here:  www.telematics-insurance-data.com

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Press contact:

Julien Payet

Tel: +44 (0)208 133 5617               Email: julien.payet@lbcg.com

 

About American Business Conferences

American Business Conferences is division of LBCG, a global conference company that delivers events on four continents to thousands of delegates each year. Operating as American Business Conferences, London Business Conferences and Canadian Business Conferences, our events include the global lightweight automotive manufacturing series, horizontal oil well drilling in Canada, mature oil fields optimization in Argentina and multi-well pad drilling in the US. Further details on the work of American Business Conferences, is available at www.american-business-conferences.com

 

 

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