Driverless cars

Roundtable: ADAS and the next step to driverless cars

Autonomous vehicles, drones and cyber innovation have been hogging much of the discussions as to how insurers can prepare themselves for the technology of the future. What can easily be overlooked is the complex technology that already exists in the…

This Week in Post: Extinction and distinction

This week I took my toddler to see the roaring animated T-rex at the Natural History Museum. “Raaa!” she growled, before wimping into her father’s arms, unaware dinosaurs are actually extinct.

Blog: Vnuk opens fraud front

The Vnuk ruling has raised the prospect of a much wider compulsory insurance regime being introduced in the UK, requiring vehicles such as golf buggies, quad bikes and farm vehicles to be insured, even when used exclusively on private land. The…

Legal Update: Motor's waiting game

The motor claims market is currently sitting in that state of indecision that business - and pilots - like to call ‘a holding pattern' as it awaits three major government consultations. These, to push the aviation analogy to its fullest, are hovering…

This Week in Post: Census, success and snow

The snowflakes trickling gently down from the skies across the nation remind me of the vast number of people who trickle through the doors of the insurance sector - people, our Census closes today!

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