Insurance

Gamification for safer, more sustainable mobility

Gamification for safer, more sustainable mobility

Motivating people to change their driving behaviors to fight road crashes and climate impact is a real challenge in mobility. Now, with the adoption of artificial intelligence, mobility providers are seeing how gamification can influence lasting driver behavior change and boost customer engagement.

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AI will deliver greater power to businesses in 2023

AI will deliver greater power to businesses in 2023

The New Year is the perfect time to reflect on the achievements of the year gone by and look ahead to new opportunities and challenges. Here are some of the biggest recent developments in Greater Than’s AI and a glimpse into how we plan to enhance mobility management in 2023.

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Sustainability action to strengthen ESG for motor insurers

Sustainability action to strengthen ESG for motor insurers

To be recognized as leaders in sustainability, motor insurers need to evaluate the whole supply chain and shout louder about their green credentials. Infusing artificial intelligence into their sustainability strategies can help motor insurers accelerate the achievement of climate change goals and uncover new green business opportunities.

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Who is owning the motor insurance industry revolution?

Who is owning the motor insurance industry revolution?

The prospect of a motor insurance revolution is a hot topic and there is currently much discussion around how technology is finally transforming the industry. But it’s not just motor insurance companies themselves that are part of the revolution, as other major players discover that by using their GPS data for risk analysis, they become part of the next generation of motor insurance influencers and providers.

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Understanding pattern profiling in driver risk management

Understanding pattern profiling in driver risk management

Harsh acceleration, braking and cornering, as well as speeding, are widely considered the key indicators of driver risk. And, because such driving “events” have become synonymous with the measurement of driver risk, it can be difficult to understand how risk can be analyzed without them.

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