Drones as insurance experts for both your car and your home


Many are the jobs that little by little are beginning to be conquered by machines and many that will be in the short term. One of the strangest seems to be the field of insurance, which is beginning to look favorably upon something as simple as replacement of your experts with state-of-the-art technology how can a drone be.

Until now, the work of giving a part to the insurance and that this was confirmed by it required in the vast majority of cases that an expert travel well to the workshop where you had the car or directly to your own home to see the damages about which you were reporting. Now it seems that this work can be done by a drone all you have to do is take pictures of the area in question.

Four out of ten insurers already use drones in their expert reports

Although it may seem that there is still a long time until drones can do the work of the current experts of the insurance companies, the truth is that today there are already several companies that use them, such is the case that, according to different studies, apparently four out of ten insurance companies no longer use employees to physically inspect a vehicle for damage.

Perhaps something friendlier seems the idea that home experts can use this technology to properly inspect damage to a home Since there are very complicated areas that they cannot access to, with their eyes, they can see the damage that may be in them, however, using a drone for this work they can obtain an aerial view that can provide them with different perspectives of the damaged areas.

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