LexisNexis Risk Solutions and Ford have entered into a strategic agreement so that Ford connected vehicle data can be available to U.S. auto insurers via the LexisNexis Telematics Exchange.
The app automatically detects driving and scores drivers on excessive speeding, hard braking, harsh acceleration and hard cornering.
Vehicle telematics systems, comprised of telecommunication and informatics, provide crucial information for drivers, such as information about live traffic status and weather forecasts.
More than 11.2 million light vehicles equipped with some form of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) system will be produced globally in 2024, representing 12 percent of the light vehicle fleet, according to IHS Markit.
Volvo drivers will now have access to Volvo Car Accident Advisor, the first mobile, post-accident experience that will help guide them after an accident, including finding body shops.
In-Vehicle Marketplace Will Be Available in 80% of Premium Vehicles Sold by 2020, Frost & Sullivan Predicts
The new generation of this platform will leverage customer data and be customized to each vehicle occupant, the firm explains in its “Global Connected Car Market Outlook, 2019.”
Nationwide has launched a new telematics program for those who work from home, carpool frequently or use public transit more than they drive.
The webinar will feature Dawn Mortimer, assistant vice president of IoT/Telematics Product Management at Verisk/ISO, who will discuss how to build a roadmap to right-touch claims and proactive loss mitigation during the one-hour live broadcast.
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The Auto Care Association has announced the results of a survey indicating that more than eight in 10 U.S. vehicle owners and lessees believe car owners should have full access to and control of their vehicle’s data, including maintenance and repair information.
The Chicago-based software-as-a-service provider said its heat-map technology is a first in the automotive-claims industry.
A new survey reveals that an overwhelming majority of people believe that distracted driving is a concern, but some continue to multitask while behind the wheel.