Autonomous Vehicles are no longer a dream conjured up by Sci-Fi film directors. In fact, they haven’t been for a while now. Stevens Institute of Technology predicts that 23 million fully autonomous vehicles will be roaming highways by 2035 and the opportunities are many for both insurers, their clients and the public at large. But so, as is always the case with innovation, are the risks.
With both hardware and software to cover, insurers are going to have to look at how to evaluate the risks that have been hitherto neglected. In this session, our panel of experts will be taking a deep dive into the risks of insuring fleets of autonomous vehicles, give insights into what claims will look like in this futuristic landscape. The future of mobility is now. Let’s find out how to cover it!
What are the risks of autonomous vehicles?
How do you underwrite insurance products for the AV sector?
What will claims look like in relation to autonomous fleets?
David has over 30 years’ experience in General Insurance, roles including Chief Commercial Underwriter at one of AXA’s largest branches, Reinsurance Manager, Casualty Insurance Manager, before moving to claims in 2003. After leading AXA’s Personal...
Matthew is a Principal at Anthemis, where he is responsible for sourcing, analyzing and executing investments as well as providing support for Anthemis’ portfolio companies. He brings in-depth knowledge of the insurance sector and focuses on...
Mark is the founder of Humn.ai. They use science and data in their precision insurance solution, Rideshur to accurately price any road segment in real-time.
They started with a simple idea: collect enough data from cars and figure out a way to...
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