Auto Market 'Driven' By Technology

October 2009
Best's Review;Oct2009, Vol. 110 Issue 6, p91
Trade Publication
An interview with Kevin Thompson, senior vice president of insurance services for the U.S. Insurance Services Office (ISO), is presented. When asked about the implication of technology in the automobile insurance, he asserts that it increases analytic capabilities, provides a vehicle-generated data and offers long-term benefits. He relates that the ISO has developed a number of predictive models to be used in the sector, which include garaging addresses of vehicles.


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