IoT in Insurance

IoT in Insurance

Lost jobs but happier customers — insurance embraces AI and IoT

An insurance company in Japan replaced 34 employees with AI, while a European insurer has developed a skill for Amazon's Echo. What awaits insurers...

Here’s your top ten IoT articles from Internet of Business in...

From job losses to smart home store openings, Twitter heroes to game-changing start-ups, for the love of node(.j)s here's our top 10 most read...

Who’s on first? Identification and wearables change insurance

IoB Insiders Steve Sandquist looks at the link between identification and wearables, and why reliable data is key to the future of both going forward. Remember...

Businesses brace for ripple effect as consumers abandon wearables

Consumers are abandoning wearables in their droves, largely because they do not find them useful, get bored of them or they break, according a...

Insurers must integrate IoT into business processes or face extinction

IoB Insiders Concirrus CEO Andrew Yeoman says insurers must be prepared to change through the Internet of Things (IoT). The Internet of Things (IoT) will become...

British Gas takes Hive on US road trip in bid for...

Hive Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Seb Chakraborty has outlined the company’s vision for the future at an IoB gathering in London last week, and...

IBM launches industry-specific Watson IoT solutions

IBM has launched a spate of new services and offerings, including industry-specific Watson IoT solutions, as it continues with its focus on the Internet...

Harnessing the Digital Insurance Revolution through IoT

Traditionally seen as a digital laggard, the insurance industry is undergoing something of a digital revolution due to Big Data and the Internet of...

relayr, HSB to develop ‘IoT-enabled’ insurance products

Internet of Things (IoT) platform relayr and specialty insurer Hartford Steam Boiler (HSB) are teaming up to develop customized insurance products to protect IoT...

Home insurance start-up Neos gets £1m funding boost

Neos, a connected home insurance service, has raised over £1 million ($1.2m) in initial seed funding, valuing the company at £8.4m ($10.3). The company announced on...

Aviva partners with InsurTech firm to offer connected water leak detector

Aviva says that it has become the first insurer to offer LeakBot - a smart connected water leak detector - to its customers. The insurer...

Autonomous cars to reach sales of 24 million by 2030

IoT market research firm Berg Insight predicts a sharp rise in the sale of autonomous cars over the next decade. Swedish market research firm Berg...