As part of the acquisition, DroneBase is rebranding the software as DroneBase Insights and taking on Betterview’s drone clients. Betterview will solely focus on its risk management platform, which relies on manned aircraft and satellite imagery.
DroneBase Purchases Betterview’s Drone Roof-Reporting Software To Provide End-To-End Property Inspection ServicessUAS News
DroneBase, the leading global drone services company, today announced that it has acquired Betterview’s drone roof inspection software and services. Betterview will solely focus on its risk management platform, which is based on manned aircraft and satellite imagery.
It evaluates sports stars, spots threats and allows self-driving cars to “see.” Driven by AI, computer vision trains computers to analyze and understand images on an advanced level. And it’s innovating lots of industries.
Betterview Announces Another Key Addition to its Team by Appointing Adam Nunes as its New Director of SalesInsurance ITA
Before joining Betterview, Mr. Nunes grew up working at his family’s commercial brokerage and spent time as a producer at State Farm where he specialized in small commercial insurance.
Betterview Announces Another Key Addition to its Team by Appointing Adam Nunes as its New Director of SalesBetterview
Betterview, which is quickly becoming the platform essential to every transaction around buildings and properties, today announced the appointment of Adam Nunes as its new Director of Sales. Mr. Nunes brings 10+ years of insurance and technology experience to Betterview.
Betterview Announces Another Key Addition to its Team by Appointing Adam Nunes as its New Director of SalesInsurTechNews
Betterview, which is quickly becoming the platform essential to every transaction around buildings and properties, today announced the appointment of Adam Nunes as its new Director of Sales.
Carriers are increasingly looking for InsurTechs that would serve as good partners or investments, but how do they pick the right ones? That’s a vital question for carriers to address so they can make good choices and avoid misfires.
Insurtechs may think the ongoing disruption of the insurance industry means they are exempt from the “old rules.” But to compete and gain entry into the industry with their innovations, the rules are still the same, according to Matt Leonard, Oliver Wyman Partner. “It’s amazing how many startups forget this,” he added.
Oliver Wyman’s Paul Ricard connects with David Tobias of Betterview on what it takes to make an insurtech successful.
P&C insurance carriers can no longer rely on outdated rating systems using bits and pieces of data and expect to compete in today’s insurance market, as vendors and carriers are starting to explore opportunities to increase efficiency and process data with artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Betterview is a company that is becoming essential to every transaction around buildings and properties. And recently, Betterview announced it closed $4.5 million in Series A funding. Including this round, Betterview has raised a total of $10 million.
Rounding out the city’s recent top local funding events, drones company Betterview raised $4.5 million in Series A funding, announced on May 29 and led by ManchesterStory Group.
David Lyman, CEO, Betterview, said the firm focuses on providing underwriting and loss information to insurers based on visual and data analysis of roof conditions.
Nationwide Ventures, EMC Insurance and Maiden Re took part in the Series A round, according to the financing announcement. Venture capital firm Compound also participated, and the VC outfit ManchesterStory led the round.
Betterview, a California-based AI property and building insight and workflow platform for insurance companies, has closed a $4.5M Series A funding round.
Following her recent TEDx Talk on technology’s contribution to insurance, Laura Drabik spoke to CIR about the most exciting and dynamic developments in the global insurtech space
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The Funded: 8 Bay Area funding deals, 4 IPO filings and several M&A deals