Telematics Update predicts "30% of all insured cars will be using telematics devices to determine premiums by 2019"

Telematics Update: Insurance companies need to integrate these technologies effectively to maximise ROI. In light of this heightened interest from insurance companies to telematics technologies, Telematics Update can announce that they have teamed up with large players in the insurance industry such as Direct Line, Moneysupermarket.com and Zurich to organise Insurance Telematics Europe (7-8 May 2013, London UK), the most prominent European insurance telematics learning and networking platform.

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Meet the elite at Europe’s biggest insurance telematics forum

London (PRWEB) December 03, 2012

Telematics Update: The gender ruling will come into effect next month (21st Dec) and with court cases surrounding age discrimination becoming ever more present in Europe, insurance companies are looking towards integrating telematics technologies to gauge the risk of individual drivers, with more determination than ever before. Insurance Telematics Europe 2013 will address the key topics and concerns insurers are currently facing to update their product portfolios.

The event project director Ruthana Foulkes said “The quantity and quality of data currently available is a major concern for insurance companies. But with a few solutions having gone through their first renewal periods, accurate data showcasing how driving behaviour actually relates to claims and risk is starting to become available.” No-where else can you meet senior level executives, analyse relevant data sets, and receive an update on the entire European market, to include the UK, Italy, France and Germany which cumulatively make up 60% of the European auto insurance market.

Telematics Update has constructed an independently researched agenda, with 40+ key discussions, over 50+ carefully selected insurance professionals from Zurich, Towergate Insurance, Association of British Insurers, Carrot Insurance, Moneysupermarket.com, Young Marmalade Group, Ptolemus Consulting Group, gocompare.com, Information Commissioners Office, Direct Line and more will discuss:

  •     Route to Market - Smartphone Vs OBD2 Vs Black Box
  •     The Impact of Gender Ruling
  •     Fleet & Commercial Insurance
  •     Data & Underwriting Factors
  •     Claims & Renewals
  •     Understand the Consumer

Meet the elite at Europe’s biggest insurance telematics forum:

Insurance Telematics Europe 2013, Conference & Exhibition, 7-8 May, 2013 (London ,UK) will unite 400+ leaders from across the insurance, broker, aggregator, automotive, mobile, wireless, digital and web industries for Europe’s most prolific forum for the insurance telematics industry. The £400 launch offer saving on all conference passes expires Friday, 18 January 2013: (http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/index.php)

Allianz stated that “Overall a very well organised event, which provided great insight into a developing market”

For the complete Insurance Telematics Europe 2013 conference programme and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure at:
http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/conference-event-brochure.php

or contact the Telematics Update team at insuranceeu(at)telematicsupdate(dot)com

Register before Friday 18th January via the secure link below to take advantage for £400 saving on all conference passes https://secure.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/register.php

About Telematics Update:
Telematics Update Conferences are the most prestigious in the industry. We produce the largest telematics events in North America, Europe & Asia, and attract the most influential speakers providing a rich environment for establishing strategic relationships and networking.

Contact:
Ruthana Foulkes
Conference Director | Telematics Update
T: (Global) +44 (0)20 7375 7151 | (UStf) 1 800 814 3459 ext 7151
E: rfoulkes(at)telematicsupdate(dot)com


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