AI drone app enables smart property inspections

September 05, 2019 //By Rich Pell
AI drone app enables smart property inspections
AI and drone solutions startup Bees360 (Houston, TX) has announced the launch of an AI-embedded drone application for property inspections.

The BeesDrone 4.0 drone app, says the company, represents a technology that has the ability to completely disrupt the landscape of how insurance inspections are handled and data is processed and analyzed. The app achieves several key elements designed to make it a "go-to solution" for insurance providers when it comes to using AI for underwriting and claims inspections:

  • Autonomous drone flights allow any inspector to easily inspect a roof in five minutes while eliminating the safety risk of walking a roof and significantly increasing the consistency and quality of the imagery being collected no matter the experience of the inspector. The increased quality of the data being collected lets both claims and underwriting staff make better informed decisions.
  • Real-Time Damage Assessment reports give users a detailed roof report returned through an AI-embedded application that will identify hail, wind, and non-storm related damages while the inspector or adjuster is still on-site. (See a sample damage assessment report .)
  • Intelligent drone flight ensures the angle of the camera is perpendicular to the roof slope for optimal capture of imagery on any pitched roof and the drone flies within the property boundary of the building being inspected providing peace of mind for privacy concerns.

 

 

Bees360 was founded in 2018 by a team of PhDs, academics, and insurance experts whose collective background in data science, mathematics, insurance, and roofing, says the company, provide an unparalleled level of knowledge to build AI targeted for the insurance industry. The company's mission is to equip the insurance industry with AI and machine learning that automates, collects, and analyzes data for property claims & underwriting.

Bees360

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