Drones have been used in claims investigations for several years now, having been recognized for their unique abilities and advantages. They are able to access hazardous spaces and cover large geographic areas; document scenes in incredible detail without disturbing evidence; and lower operational costs through improved efficiency and effectiveness. And their usefulness is not limited to investigations. Drones can also assist contractors and adjusters in the rebuilding process.
However, the insurance industry is not alone in adopting drone technology. There has been a marked increase in the number of drones in Canadian airspace, and this has compelled Transport Canada to introduce some of the strictest operating regulations in the world. These new rules and penalties are of particular importance to anyone piloting or employing drones for commercial use – including insurers.
In this webinar we will be discussing:
- Claim scenarios where drones can be an asset
- How drones can aid in investigations
- Drone systems and equipment
- Case studies
- New Transport Canada regulations
- Key questions to ask before hiring a drone operator
Accredited in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia
- Insurance adjusters
Darren is a Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems Operator specializing in pre-loss and post-loss site inspections, field investigations and aerial scene mapping using Pix4D and Drone Deploy software. He also has over 30 years of policing experience.
Our discussion will be moderated by George Costandi. George leads marketing and sales at Origin and Cause. He is responsible for the development and implementation of the organization’s marketing and sales strategies. He also acts as a liaison between clients and internal operational staff, ensuring that the highest standard of client relations and product quality is delivered to our business partners.