To monitor key concerns on a continual or sporadic basis. Usually this will relate to significant assets such as crop health and yields, oil supply flows and the progress of construction and infrastructure projects.
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Visual intelligence is frequently used during a major event such as floods, earthquakes and explosions to monitor the severity and changing situation in real-time. This remote monitoring provides an immediate situation assessment and preserves a record of the ground situation, enabling rapid response and accelerated loss evaluation.
Geospatial techniques are also increasingly beneficial to assess routine claims, in particular by deploying drones because of the quick turnaround from engagement to image capture, analysis and situational report, all of which can usually be achieved more efficiently than traditional field visits.
Analysing historic and current satellite imagery and deploying drones as necessary following a Loss enables the insurer to monitor the recovery of the asset and any surrounding impact such as infrastructure, flood barriers other wider impact, providing invaluable evidence with which to evaluate a true picture of the affected asset for loss adjustment and reinsurance purposes.
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