Timely insights that enable up-to-date risk assessments

    With advanced safety features and autonomous driving innovations becoming more widespread, long-established understandings of risk and security are changing. This is influencing insurance risk, model coverage, and finance processes.

    While available data is growing, the extent and complexity of information can make it difficult to gain meaningful insights without analysis support. By leveraging big data analytics, insurers, financiers and other automotive service providers can access comparable, measurable data to refine risk assessment models, offer personalised services and adapt to the changing automotive landscape.

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    Making complex vehicle safety data comparable and measurable

    We analyse vehicle safety down to version level and functional feature attributes. This information is indexed to compare safety in vehicles with standard equipment and optional features. Plus, where applicable, we include individual vehicle configuration by leveraging VIN decoding.

    Our enhanced data combines specifications with safety specific granularity to identify and assess vehicles and features on vehicles, such as the different available autonomous emergency braking (AEB) or advanced cruise control (ACC).

    Our insights enable an holistic view on vehicle safety including pre- and post-crash features. This supports risk selection, premium definitions during the quoting process, and policy pricing strategies for the insurance industry. This information can also be used to compare the technical capabilities of vehicle brands.

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