Telematics Update will bring together 250+ insurance telematics experts including Generali, insurethebox, Directline, Money Super Market and Daimler, at the Insurance Telematics Europe 2012 Conference (9-10th May, London).
Insurance Telematics Europe 2012 is the largest conference for the insurance telematics elite. Over 40 carefully selected pioneers including leading insurers from 10 different countries will speak on first-hand case studies, so the industry can get to grips with new telematics technology and understand how it will impact both the insurance and telematics space. No other conference has such a high-quality speaker line-up or offers the chance to learn from such acclaimed insurance telematics experts. Furthermore, it has attracted 250+ c-level executive attendees from insurers and OEMs to telematics solution providers. This unique conference is the only place to meet the industry’s decision makers and form the crucial business partnerships that will drive the insurance telematics industry forward. (Attendees can be viewed here: http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/content5.php).
Trimble agree that the conference brings together the most relevant people in the industry. “A ground-breaking conference bringing together those actively involved in the insurance telematics landscape”. Evidently, the value in an Insurance Telematics Europe conference pass is unmatchable.
The conference will provide technical and business focused strategic solutions to facilitate the industry’s lucrative transition to insurance telematics technology. Topics include:
The Ultimate Insurance Telematics Business Model: Assess the pros and cons of an open-sourced OBDII dongle, a smartphone and an embedded device to see which will allow both basic and upgradeable services such as traffic, speed camera warning etc. to keep the VAS (value added services) package flexible
Customising Insurance Telematics: Learn how to design a bespoke underwriting business model for different customer types such as teens, high-risk drivers etc to develop and deploy highly targeted products and solutions
Leverage the Lucrative Fleet Telematics Niche: Hear how insurers determine risk factors by incorporating driver behaviour, geography, value of cargo etc. to calculate accurate risk parameters and define premiums
The Role Of Eu-Wide And Country-Specific Regulations And Directives: Discuss the impact of the EU gender rule on the auto insurance space. Assess if telematics-led pricing structures are the best way to calculate premiums and retain customers
The complete Insurance Telematics conference program, attendee list and speaker line-up can be found here http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/index.php. Alternatively, contact the Telematics Update team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Limited conference passes remain and Insurance Telematics Europe 2012 is set to be the most anticipated, must-attend event for the insurance and telematics space this year.
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