The Most Crucial Topics for Business in the Connected Car Insurance Space

The 2017 agenda is the product of months of independent research and will give important answers to the motor insurance industry’s key challenges.

Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

Day One

Keynotes Track 1: The Motor Insurance Ecosystem Evolution Track 2: New Mobility and the Transformation of Vehicle Usage

  • Keynotes
    09.00
    Connected Car Insurance: Taking the Bull by the Horns

    While insurance companies around Europe tackle connected car with niche offerings we get insights to a mass scale approach. 

    • Understand how an agnostic, open architecture and open platform approach enables an adaptable business which can evolve with connected car tech.
    • Get an insight to manage technology sets from odometry, ultrasonic and radar sensors to software in operational and developmental phase as autonomous tech. develops
    • Home, health and car: Identify the commonalities in data analytics from customer segmentation, claims analytics to price optimisation for better timing and targeting of products to the customer
    Steve Hales, Group Head of Connected Insurance, Generali
    09.30
    Bringing Telematics to the Mass Market

    Discuss the latest advances in predictive analytics and end-user services to increase customer loyalty and engagement. Understand how service providers leverage software, sensors and data to support insurance carriers.

    Aldo Monteforte, Founder and CEO, The Floow
    10.00
    Metromile - The journey

    “Metromile is excited to share our journey in creating the 1st pay-per-mile business model in the U.S. and our view of how the future of the connected car ecosystem will lead to new innovation benefitting both consumers and insurers. Europe has demonstrated that they're ahead in InsurTech and Connected Car Insurance Europe is a must-attend event to connect with like-minded companies and individuals.”

    Dan Preston, CEO, Metromile
    10.30
    Coffee Break
    11.00
    Data, Evolution and Mobility. The new ecosystem of Motor Insurance

    The insurance world is changing rapidly - from the players in the space, to the coverage offered, to the relationship between customer and insurer. Here we take a look at this journey into the future of auto mobility.

    • Understand how the insurance market must evolve with society by recognising changing consumer behaviour and utilising technology to provide an exceptional service
    • Get to grips with how the experiences of the telematics industry holds the keys to realising future developments in auto mobility
    • Discuss how data can be used to provide customers with services that match their individual needs, and to how it can motivate customers towards changing their behaviour for the benefit of all
    Michael Brockman, CEO, InsureTheBox
    11.30
    Maximising ROI by total risk modelling
    • Explore how applying cutting edge data science can both increase ROI with existing drivers, and open opportunities with new drivers
    • How our established expertise in signals, sensors, data gathering and machine learning algorithms enhance the accuracy of our user focussed portal and app
    • Deployment beyond just the claims room using our existing technology, incident wallboard and crash portal as an example, demonstrating how it positively impacts process development and efficiencies}
    Colin Smithers, CEO & Founder, Redtail Telematics
    12.00
    Fireside Chat: Preparing for the Mobility Revolution -Insights from the Board Room

    Through a fireside chat, Talanx discuss the internal reorganisation and alignment necessary for insurance carriers in the mobility world of tomorrow.

    • As the ecosystem continues to evolve so do the relationships between the different parties. Get to grips with the new relationships between insurers, automakers and mobility providers inside the sharing economy
    • What it takes for an insurer to succeed in a world of mobility providers? Discover the internal structural changes an insurance carriers needs to take to be relevant in the new mobility world oftomorrow
    • Prepare the organisation for a new generation of customers, products and services powered by the new demand of connected consumers
    Moderator: Lukas Neckermann, Managing Director, Neckermann Strategic Advisors
    Markus Rehle, Member of the Executive Board, HDI Versicherung AG
    12.30
    Lunch Break
Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

  • Track 2: New Mobility and the Transformation of Vehicle Usage
    4.35
    Changing Nature of the Modern Vehicle

    The uptake of new mobility models and new tech. will mark a clear transformation of the frequency of vehicle usage. How will the insurance industry respond?

    • Study the new models of transportation (e-hailing, car sharing fleets, P2P car rental) and the flexibility of insurance coverage needed (i.e. episodic, intermodal) to stay relevant 
    • Factor in how mobility models are increasing individual vehicle usage to assess the impact on underwriting. Consider distance covered, hours driven and the frequency of repairs required
    • Investigate how UBI tech. and processes (i.e. OBDII dongle, predictive data analytics, risk profiling) could be integrated with new insurance mobility products and services
    Moderator: Andreas Nelskamp, Founder & Managing Director, viaMAXI
    Iain Macbeth, Director Automotive & Intelligent Mobility, Transport for London
    Reinhard Birke, Managing Director, Upstream next level Mobility
    Tim Marlow, Head of Autonomous & Connected Vehicle Research, Ageas
    5.10
    Case Study: the UK’s Autonomous Drive

    The Transport Research Laboratory takes us through the UK’s autonomous push. Get an update from the GATEway Project, see what C CAV projects are currently underway and discover what the insurance industry can learn from these various autonomous projects.

    Iwan Parry, Head of Insurance, Transport Research Laboratory
    5.30
    The rise of peer-to-peer carsharing and impacts on motor insurance

    New mobility services, such as peer-to-peer carsharing, are changing how customers use cars and buy motor insurance. This creates great opportunities for innovative insurance companies

    • Peer-to-peer carsharing is growing globally and becoming an alternative to car ownership. Marketplaces like Turo connect car owners, whether individuals or car rental entrepreneurs, with travellers in a global sharing network.
    • Motor insurance is a critical enabler of this trend. A new insurance framework was designed to protect both owners and travellers using peer-to-peer carsharing.
    • Connected cars will accelerate the growth of peer-to-peer carsharing and enable real-time premium calculation. The data generated will help insurers understand risk in a more granular way.
    Matheus Riolfi, Head of International Expansion, Turo
    5.50
    UBI Views from the Observatory

    The European Think Tank consolidated the view of more than 40 Leading Players on the insurance sector and rationalized how the evolution of telematics is concretely affecting core motor insurance business.

    • Italian Case Study: Analyse the impact of telematics programs in Italy across a 6MM car market - improve profit & loss through the usage of data in all the value chain’s steps 
    • Deconstruct 2nd and 3rd generation telematics approaches to identify steps taken by carriers to reach 20% of their book in telematics policies
    • Utilise IoT data to create targeted solutions by distribution channels for insurance telematics based products such as auto dealer, online aggregator, bancassurance and direct from insurer for increased uptake
    Matteo Carbone, Founder, Connected Insurance Observatory
    6.10
    End & Networking Drinks
Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

Day Two

Keynotes Track 3: The UBI of Tomorrow Track 4: Future Claims and Accident Management

  • Keynotes
    09.00
    Getting Ready for the Autonomous Driver Revolution

    The rise of autonomy is dramatically shifting the automotive landscape and will have strong repercussions on the motor insurance space. Align your business early and create a product roadmap for covering autonomy.

    • Working with the regulatory bodies - Discover how Direct Line Group have been working with the UK Government through consultation to bring insurer insight into the Modern Transportation Bill
    • Design a policy preparing for autonomy. Get to grips with the key questions around preparing a coverage for an autonomous vehicle.
    • Discuss the changing nature of the relationship between insurer and auto manufacturer in the face of autonomous innovation and how Direct Line Group are planning to play an active role through active manufacturer engagement
    Dan Freedman, Director of Motor Development, Direct Line Group
    09.30
    C-Level Fireside Chat: The Evolution of Motor Insurance is Connected

    The face of motor insurance is changing. We speak to two C-Level executives as they shape their companies to meet the challenges and opportunities that connectivity bings.

    • Get a direct insight to the change processes that are ushered in with the advent of connectivity versus a greenfield approach to fully utilise connected car data
    • Weigh-up the balance of today's business necessities versus developing a new and robust product roadmap to win out in an era of connected mobility and autonomous vehicles
    • Asses the current value chain and how we expect to see this change as motor insurance becomes data and digital driven. Who are the giants at the gate?
    Moderator: Frederic Bruneteau, Managing Director, PTOLEMUS Consulting Group
    Nikos Antimissaris, CEO - EMEA, MAPFRE
    Dan Preston, CEO, Metromile
    10.10
    Putting the Connected Car at the Centre of Motor Insurance Strategy

    The connected car has enabled a new era of motor insurance products powered by UBI. Discover how the leading French motor insurer puts the connected car at the forefront of its vision.

    • Get to grips withthe main challenges (that connectivity has bought into the motor insurance space  from data management and IT infrastructure to marketing and pricing
    • Learn with how to build up a decisive differentiation through the delivery of coaching and prevention services for drivers to improve customer fidelity, user experience and support consumer autonomy
    • Cooperation at the forefront of innovation. Discover how Macif teamed up with an Insurtech Start-Up through a unique partnership based on open innovation, customer-driven use of technology, and shared views on strategy and values
    Adrien Couret, Director Strategy, Transformation & Performance, Macif
    10.40
    Coffee Break
    11.10
    Insurtech Start-up of the Year: The Future of Connected Insurance

    For the first time, Connected Car Insurance Europe we will play host for a start-up competition. Handpicked Insurtech start-ups from across Europe will present their innovative products and compete for Connected Car Insurance Europe’s ‘Insurtech Start-up of the Year’ award. A panel of judges will deliver their expert insights on each pitch.

    Judges include:
    Manjit Rana, Founder and CEO, Ingenin
    Matteo Carbone, Principal, Connected Insurance Observatory
    Paul Heybourne, Head of Innovation & New Business, Aviva Group

    Contestants Include:
    Steve Cowper, Vice President of Business Development, Europe, Caruma Technologies, Inc.
    Gareth Willoughby, Co-Founder, DashCamShare.Com
    Ed Klinger, CEO, Flock
    Teemu Ala-Hynnilä, CEO, Flowenum
    Shahan Lilja, CEO & CO Founder, Mavenoid
    Alex Willard, Head of Business Development EMEA, GOFAR
    12.00
    Telematics is a tough business. How to leverage it with maximum effectiveness?

    Optimising a comprehensive business model by planning out a product roadmap from the get go is imperative

    • Update all of your functions to maximise competitive advantages in insurance telematics
    • Optimise the management structure and minimise administrative costs to boost profitability in UBI.
    • Through long term strategic planning, evaluate the pros and cons of introducing insurance telematics into operation.
    Nicolas Marescaux, Group Digital Transformation - Business Transformer, Groupama Group
    12.30
    Lunch Break
Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

  • Track 3: The UBI of Tomorrow
    2.00
    UBI 2.0 - ADAS Based UBI

    Learn how to go beyond traditional UBI models by leveraging ADAS technology to reduce accidents, manage risk and profile more accurately through risk related factors.

    Chang Cui, VP, Nicigo
    2.30
    Cyber-Security - The New Headache of Insurance

    Enhanced connectivity has led to a rise in cyber security threats to vehicles. Connecting more devices to the vehicle increases the security threat that insurers need to take seriously.

    • Integrate cyber-security processes into the product development cycle to minimise hackable surfaces, protect consumers personal data and obtain a ‘banking security level’
    • Generate new revenue streams with cyber coverage: Protect the customer from service attacks, hacking and viruses with a new product portfolio designed for the connected car
    • Assess the impact cyber security firms will have on the insurance ecosystem as V2I, V2V, V2IoT, and connected internal automotive systems become more integral to insurance product development
    Moderator: Niranjan Thiyagarajan, Principal, Frost & Sullivan
    Kurt Rowe, Associate Solicitor - Advisory & Market Affairs, Weightmans LLP
    Simon Gallimore, Senior Manager, Complex Claims, AIG
    3.00
    Creating a More Holistic Approach Through VAS

    As UBI adoption trails behind the expectation set at its inception in Europe, it is now an invaluable springboard for enabling a more comprehensive service offering utilising pre-existing technology.

    • Uncover the data control & access challenges such as platform interoperability, between insurers, OEMs & TSPs as each compete in owning the customer relationship
    • Couple optimal services (driver coaching, roadside assistant, etc.) with the best fit device (mobile, embedded, aftermarket) to de-commoditise the car insurance policy and generate ROI
    • Offer bundled VAS at minimal cost by leveraging pre-existing UBI tech., processes and infrastructure to offer a higher value of product
    Moderator: Matteo Carbone, Founder, Connected Insurance Observatory
    Alex Willard, Head of Business Development EMEA, GOFAR
    Javier Goikoetxea Gonzalez, CEO, Grupo Next
    Michaël Fernandez-Ferri, CEO & Co-Founder, Drust
    3.30
    Coffee Break
Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

  • Track 4: Future Claims and Accident Management
    4.00
    Data: The Treasure Map to the Truth for Future Claims & Fraud

    Leverage the data sets available through UBI and the connected car to solve claims more efficiently, offer better accident response services and superior accident reconstruction.

    • Objective & quantitative: Improve your bottom line by distinguishing minor incidents from crashes using telematics data sets such as direction of force, damage description and severity
    • Integrate location data, date, time and vehicle VIN to the FNOL process with on board telematics to automate the reporting process. Accelerate claims resolution and improve the customer journey
    • Utilise key data sets (i.e. breaking, cornering, Delta-V) to detect and unmask both Hard and Soft Fraud as well as protect wrongly implicated customers
    Moderator: Tushar Singh, Senior Specialist (Connected Car - Business Analytics), SBD
    Emerson Wallwork, Partner, Weightmans
    Rick Ward, Co-Founder and Managing Director, AiTS.
    Calum McPhail, Technical Claims Manager, Motor, Zurich
    4.30
    Fixing the Brake Lights to Accelerate Profits

    Accident management and repairs are key aspects of the insurer’s bottom line. But how can you streamline accident management and repairs to solve claims efficiently?

    • Reconstruct accidents by using telematics data captured by the Events Data Recorder (EDR) to determine cause efficiently (e.g. hazard perception, basic steering, loss control, maintaining the safety envelope)
    • Establish OEM partnerships around repair services and data sharing to deliver faster and ensured quality claims resolution and streamlined accident management processes
    • Dissect the cost of autonomy and deep learning in vehicles by looking at the component cost (CPU cores, Lidar sensors, GPUs) to forecast the financial implications of repairs and claims
    Paul O’Dowd, Sales Manager, In Car Cleverness
    Neil Thomas, Director of Investigative Services, APU Ltd & Accident Exchange Ltd
    5.00
    Car Makers Take the Wheel

    With the onset of self-driving and shared vehicles, car makers are increasingly recognizing that they will have to own the insurance obligation more directly. This process of transformation has only just begun, but the early indications are that they will disrupt the insurance industry as much as they are disrupting the automotive industry.

    Roger Lanctot, Associate Director, Global Automotive Practice, Strategy Analytics

Day One

Keynotes Track 1: The Motor Insurance Ecosystem Evolution Track 2: New Mobility and the Transformation of Vehicle Usage

  • Keynotes
    09.00
    Connected Car Insurance: Taking the Bull by the Horns

    While insurance companies around Europe tackle connected car with niche offerings we get insights to a mass scale approach. 

    • Understand how an agnostic, open architecture and open platform approach enables an adaptable business which can evolve with connected car tech.
    • Get an insight to manage technology sets from odometry, ultrasonic and radar sensors to software in operational and developmental phase as autonomous tech. develops
    • Home, health and car: Identify the commonalities in data analytics from customer segmentation, claims analytics to price optimisation for better timing and targeting of products to the customer
    Steve Hales, Group Head of Connected Insurance, Generali
    09.30
    Bringing Telematics to the Mass Market

    Discuss the latest advances in predictive analytics and end-user services to increase customer loyalty and engagement. Understand how service providers leverage software, sensors and data to support insurance carriers.

    Aldo Monteforte, Founder and CEO, The Floow
    10.00
    Metromile - The journey

    “Metromile is excited to share our journey in creating the 1st pay-per-mile business model in the U.S. and our view of how the future of the connected car ecosystem will lead to new innovation benefitting both consumers and insurers. Europe has demonstrated that they're ahead in InsurTech and Connected Car Insurance Europe is a must-attend event to connect with like-minded companies and individuals.”

    Dan Preston, CEO, Metromile
    10.30
    Coffee Break
    11.00
    Data, Evolution and Mobility. The new ecosystem of Motor Insurance

    The insurance world is changing rapidly - from the players in the space, to the coverage offered, to the relationship between customer and insurer. Here we take a look at this journey into the future of auto mobility.

    • Understand how the insurance market must evolve with society by recognising changing consumer behaviour and utilising technology to provide an exceptional service
    • Get to grips with how the experiences of the telematics industry holds the keys to realising future developments in auto mobility
    • Discuss how data can be used to provide customers with services that match their individual needs, and to how it can motivate customers towards changing their behaviour for the benefit of all
    Michael Brockman, CEO, InsureTheBox
    11.30
    Maximising ROI by total risk modelling
    • Explore how applying cutting edge data science can both increase ROI with existing drivers, and open opportunities with new drivers
    • How our established expertise in signals, sensors, data gathering and machine learning algorithms enhance the accuracy of our user focussed portal and app
    • Deployment beyond just the claims room using our existing technology, incident wallboard and crash portal as an example, demonstrating how it positively impacts process development and efficiencies}
    Colin Smithers, CEO & Founder, Redtail Telematics
    12.00
    Fireside Chat: Preparing for the Mobility Revolution -Insights from the Board Room

    Through a fireside chat, Talanx discuss the internal reorganisation and alignment necessary for insurance carriers in the mobility world of tomorrow.

    • As the ecosystem continues to evolve so do the relationships between the different parties. Get to grips with the new relationships between insurers, automakers and mobility providers inside the sharing economy
    • What it takes for an insurer to succeed in a world of mobility providers? Discover the internal structural changes an insurance carriers needs to take to be relevant in the new mobility world oftomorrow
    • Prepare the organisation for a new generation of customers, products and services powered by the new demand of connected consumers
    Moderator: Lukas Neckermann, Managing Director, Neckermann Strategic Advisors
    Markus Rehle, Member of the Executive Board, HDI Versicherung AG
    12.30
    Lunch Break
Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

  • Track 2: New Mobility and the Transformation of Vehicle Usage
    4.35
    Changing Nature of the Modern Vehicle

    The uptake of new mobility models and new tech. will mark a clear transformation of the frequency of vehicle usage. How will the insurance industry respond?

    • Study the new models of transportation (e-hailing, car sharing fleets, P2P car rental) and the flexibility of insurance coverage needed (i.e. episodic, intermodal) to stay relevant 
    • Factor in how mobility models are increasing individual vehicle usage to assess the impact on underwriting. Consider distance covered, hours driven and the frequency of repairs required
    • Investigate how UBI tech. and processes (i.e. OBDII dongle, predictive data analytics, risk profiling) could be integrated with new insurance mobility products and services
    Moderator: Andreas Nelskamp, Founder & Managing Director, viaMAXI
    Iain Macbeth, Director Automotive & Intelligent Mobility, Transport for London
    Reinhard Birke, Managing Director, Upstream next level Mobility
    Tim Marlow, Head of Autonomous & Connected Vehicle Research, Ageas
    5.10
    Case Study: the UK’s Autonomous Drive

    The Transport Research Laboratory takes us through the UK’s autonomous push. Get an update from the GATEway Project, see what C CAV projects are currently underway and discover what the insurance industry can learn from these various autonomous projects.

    Iwan Parry, Head of Insurance, Transport Research Laboratory
    5.30
    The rise of peer-to-peer carsharing and impacts on motor insurance

    New mobility services, such as peer-to-peer carsharing, are changing how customers use cars and buy motor insurance. This creates great opportunities for innovative insurance companies

    • Peer-to-peer carsharing is growing globally and becoming an alternative to car ownership. Marketplaces like Turo connect car owners, whether individuals or car rental entrepreneurs, with travellers in a global sharing network.
    • Motor insurance is a critical enabler of this trend. A new insurance framework was designed to protect both owners and travellers using peer-to-peer carsharing.
    • Connected cars will accelerate the growth of peer-to-peer carsharing and enable real-time premium calculation. The data generated will help insurers understand risk in a more granular way.
    Matheus Riolfi, Head of International Expansion, Turo
    5.50
    UBI Views from the Observatory

    The European Think Tank consolidated the view of more than 40 Leading Players on the insurance sector and rationalized how the evolution of telematics is concretely affecting core motor insurance business.

    • Italian Case Study: Analyse the impact of telematics programs in Italy across a 6MM car market - improve profit & loss through the usage of data in all the value chain’s steps 
    • Deconstruct 2nd and 3rd generation telematics approaches to identify steps taken by carriers to reach 20% of their book in telematics policies
    • Utilise IoT data to create targeted solutions by distribution channels for insurance telematics based products such as auto dealer, online aggregator, bancassurance and direct from insurer for increased uptake
    Matteo Carbone, Founder, Connected Insurance Observatory
    6.10
    End & Networking Drinks
Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

Day Two

Keynotes Track 3: The UBI of Tomorrow Track 4: Future Claims and Accident Management

  • Keynotes
    09.00
    Getting Ready for the Autonomous Driver Revolution

    The rise of autonomy is dramatically shifting the automotive landscape and will have strong repercussions on the motor insurance space. Align your business early and create a product roadmap for covering autonomy.

    • Working with the regulatory bodies - Discover how Direct Line Group have been working with the UK Government through consultation to bring insurer insight into the Modern Transportation Bill
    • Design a policy preparing for autonomy. Get to grips with the key questions around preparing a coverage for an autonomous vehicle.
    • Discuss the changing nature of the relationship between insurer and auto manufacturer in the face of autonomous innovation and how Direct Line Group are planning to play an active role through active manufacturer engagement
    Dan Freedman, Director of Motor Development, Direct Line Group
    09.30
    C-Level Fireside Chat: The Evolution of Motor Insurance is Connected

    The face of motor insurance is changing. We speak to two C-Level executives as they shape their companies to meet the challenges and opportunities that connectivity bings.

    • Get a direct insight to the change processes that are ushered in with the advent of connectivity versus a greenfield approach to fully utilise connected car data
    • Weigh-up the balance of today's business necessities versus developing a new and robust product roadmap to win out in an era of connected mobility and autonomous vehicles
    • Asses the current value chain and how we expect to see this change as motor insurance becomes data and digital driven. Who are the giants at the gate?
    Moderator: Frederic Bruneteau, Managing Director, PTOLEMUS Consulting Group
    Nikos Antimissaris, CEO - EMEA, MAPFRE
    Dan Preston, CEO, Metromile
    10.10
    Putting the Connected Car at the Centre of Motor Insurance Strategy

    The connected car has enabled a new era of motor insurance products powered by UBI. Discover how the leading French motor insurer puts the connected car at the forefront of its vision.

    • Get to grips withthe main challenges (that connectivity has bought into the motor insurance space  from data management and IT infrastructure to marketing and pricing
    • Learn with how to build up a decisive differentiation through the delivery of coaching and prevention services for drivers to improve customer fidelity, user experience and support consumer autonomy
    • Cooperation at the forefront of innovation. Discover how Macif teamed up with an Insurtech Start-Up through a unique partnership based on open innovation, customer-driven use of technology, and shared views on strategy and values
    Adrien Couret, Director Strategy, Transformation & Performance, Macif
    10.40
    Coffee Break
    11.10
    Insurtech Start-up of the Year: The Future of Connected Insurance

    For the first time, Connected Car Insurance Europe we will play host for a start-up competition. Handpicked Insurtech start-ups from across Europe will present their innovative products and compete for Connected Car Insurance Europe’s ‘Insurtech Start-up of the Year’ award. A panel of judges will deliver their expert insights on each pitch.

    Judges include:
    Manjit Rana, Founder and CEO, Ingenin
    Matteo Carbone, Principal, Connected Insurance Observatory
    Paul Heybourne, Head of Innovation & New Business, Aviva Group

    Contestants Include:
    Steve Cowper, Vice President of Business Development, Europe, Caruma Technologies, Inc.
    Gareth Willoughby, Co-Founder, DashCamShare.Com
    Ed Klinger, CEO, Flock
    Teemu Ala-Hynnilä, CEO, Flowenum
    Shahan Lilja, CEO & CO Founder, Mavenoid
    Alex Willard, Head of Business Development EMEA, GOFAR
    12.00
    Telematics is a tough business. How to leverage it with maximum effectiveness?

    Optimising a comprehensive business model by planning out a product roadmap from the get go is imperative

    • Update all of your functions to maximise competitive advantages in insurance telematics
    • Optimise the management structure and minimise administrative costs to boost profitability in UBI.
    • Through long term strategic planning, evaluate the pros and cons of introducing insurance telematics into operation.
    Nicolas Marescaux, Group Digital Transformation - Business Transformer, Groupama Group
    12.30
    Lunch Break
Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

  • Track 3: The UBI of Tomorrow
    2.00
    UBI 2.0 - ADAS Based UBI

    Learn how to go beyond traditional UBI models by leveraging ADAS technology to reduce accidents, manage risk and profile more accurately through risk related factors.

    Chang Cui, VP, Nicigo
    2.30
    Cyber-Security - The New Headache of Insurance

    Enhanced connectivity has led to a rise in cyber security threats to vehicles. Connecting more devices to the vehicle increases the security threat that insurers need to take seriously.

    • Integrate cyber-security processes into the product development cycle to minimise hackable surfaces, protect consumers personal data and obtain a ‘banking security level’
    • Generate new revenue streams with cyber coverage: Protect the customer from service attacks, hacking and viruses with a new product portfolio designed for the connected car
    • Assess the impact cyber security firms will have on the insurance ecosystem as V2I, V2V, V2IoT, and connected internal automotive systems become more integral to insurance product development
    Moderator: Niranjan Thiyagarajan, Principal, Frost & Sullivan
    Kurt Rowe, Associate Solicitor - Advisory & Market Affairs, Weightmans LLP
    Simon Gallimore, Senior Manager, Complex Claims, AIG
    3.00
    Creating a More Holistic Approach Through VAS

    As UBI adoption trails behind the expectation set at its inception in Europe, it is now an invaluable springboard for enabling a more comprehensive service offering utilising pre-existing technology.

    • Uncover the data control & access challenges such as platform interoperability, between insurers, OEMs & TSPs as each compete in owning the customer relationship
    • Couple optimal services (driver coaching, roadside assistant, etc.) with the best fit device (mobile, embedded, aftermarket) to de-commoditise the car insurance policy and generate ROI
    • Offer bundled VAS at minimal cost by leveraging pre-existing UBI tech., processes and infrastructure to offer a higher value of product
    Moderator: Matteo Carbone, Founder, Connected Insurance Observatory
    Alex Willard, Head of Business Development EMEA, GOFAR
    Javier Goikoetxea Gonzalez, CEO, Grupo Next
    Michaël Fernandez-Ferri, CEO & Co-Founder, Drust
    3.30
    Coffee Break
Click here to access the conference presentations and audio

  • Track 4: Future Claims and Accident Management
    4.00
    Data: The Treasure Map to the Truth for Future Claims & Fraud

    Leverage the data sets available through UBI and the connected car to solve claims more efficiently, offer better accident response services and superior accident reconstruction.

    • Objective & quantitative: Improve your bottom line by distinguishing minor incidents from crashes using telematics data sets such as direction of force, damage description and severity
    • Integrate location data, date, time and vehicle VIN to the FNOL process with on board telematics to automate the reporting process. Accelerate claims resolution and improve the customer journey
    • Utilise key data sets (i.e. breaking, cornering, Delta-V) to detect and unmask both Hard and Soft Fraud as well as protect wrongly implicated customers
    Moderator: Tushar Singh, Senior Specialist (Connected Car - Business Analytics), SBD
    Emerson Wallwork, Partner, Weightmans
    Rick Ward, Co-Founder and Managing Director, AiTS.
    Calum McPhail, Technical Claims Manager, Motor, Zurich
    4.30
    Fixing the Brake Lights to Accelerate Profits

    Accident management and repairs are key aspects of the insurer’s bottom line. But how can you streamline accident management and repairs to solve claims efficiently?

    • Reconstruct accidents by using telematics data captured by the Events Data Recorder (EDR) to determine cause efficiently (e.g. hazard perception, basic steering, loss control, maintaining the safety envelope)
    • Establish OEM partnerships around repair services and data sharing to deliver faster and ensured quality claims resolution and streamlined accident management processes
    • Dissect the cost of autonomy and deep learning in vehicles by looking at the component cost (CPU cores, Lidar sensors, GPUs) to forecast the financial implications of repairs and claims
    Paul O’Dowd, Sales Manager, In Car Cleverness
    Neil Thomas, Director of Investigative Services, APU Ltd & Accident Exchange Ltd
    5.00
    Car Makers Take the Wheel

    With the onset of self-driving and shared vehicles, car makers are increasingly recognizing that they will have to own the insurance obligation more directly. This process of transformation has only just begun, but the early indications are that they will disrupt the insurance industry as much as they are disrupting the automotive industry.

    Roger Lanctot, Associate Director, Global Automotive Practice, Strategy Analytics

If you are interested in Connected Car Insurance Europe 2017 please contact me on the below details:

Thomas Wilson

Thomas Wilson

Project Director
TU-Automotive
+44 (0) 207 55 19842 (Global)
Email: thomas@tu-auto.com

2017 Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

  • The Floow
  • Redtail Telematics

Slido App Sponsor

  • Nicigo

Co: Sponsor

  • HERE

Exhibitors

  • Calamp
  • Launch
  • MSG Global
  • Queclink
  • Scope
  • ZTEWelink