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The World’s Largest Aerial Imagery Program—Managed By Insurers

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Ryan Bank, managing director of the Geospatial Insurance Consortium, explains how insurers share the cost—and the benefits—of the largest high-resolution aerial imagery program in the world. Here, he tells CB Insights Analyst Mike Fitzgerald just how extraordinary that is—only Bill Gates could pay for something similar—and explains why the program uses manned planes rather than satellites to give insurers and reinsurers “drone-level views” of insured properties “at continental scale” in blue skies and gray.
 
Fitzgerald is the guest editor of a special feature of Carrier Management focused on Geospatial Information Systems, which includes a series of articles in the fourth-quarter magazine and a video Roundtable, “Seeing Through The Clouds: Satellites In Insurance.”

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