eDriving adds security application without telematics; Concept, National Premium Boost Discount; HUB debutes the VIU personal lines platform

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eDriving launches a non-telematic version of the Mentor Driver application

New Jersey-based eDriving has announced the availability of Mentor Insight, the non-telematic version of its driver safety application, Mentor.

Mentor Insight offers many of the same tools to improve driver behavior, including risk assessment, predictive driver assessment, e-learning, manager training and gamification, but without telematics-based monitoring of driver behavior behind the wheel.

The company said its new product is for those “companies that are not yet ready to address privacy concerns, which often accompany full-scale deployment of telematics-based security applications, as well as companies that may have a telematics solution.” , but we would like you to use the additional features of Mentor. ”

Mentor Insight works by providing a comprehensive view of driver risk to help sharpen the driver’s knowledge, behavior and attitude in defense, while protecting driver privacy. Its features include:

  • Driver Risk Assessment – All drivers receive a DriverINDEX score, which combines collision, accident and license verification data, plus RoadRISK risk assessment leads to a single driver score, facilitating benchmarking and identifying the organization’s most risky drivers. training and education.
  • eLearning – More than 300 short interactive e-learning modules help drivers get involved and promote safer behavior behind the wheel
  • Manager Training Toolkit – Templates to help managers train their risk managers using custom formats suitable for monthly meetings, annual reviews and post-collision / breach.
  • Gamification – Friendly competition and continuous safety-focused communication, allowing drivers to create groups to see the progress / results of teammates and use emojis and chat features to send motivational messages.

Mentor Insight also offers an integrated personal SOS signal for emergency response services powered by Bosch and Sfara. The personal SOS signal can be triggered by drivers to ask for help if they feel unwell or concerned about their safety at any time and in any place.

eDriving is a Solera company, Solera is a global provider of integrated vehicle lifecycle and fleet management and vehicle claims data and services. Solera brands include Identifix, Audatex, DealerSocket, Omnitracs, eDriving / Mentor, Explore, CAP HPI and Autodata.

Comcast’s concept of Premium Discounts to improve sensor leaks nationwide

Notion, part of the cable TV service provider Comcast, now offers leak detection and security systems that could lead to discounts on insurance premiums for homeowners. The proposal, called Notion PRO, can provide sensors to monitor water leaks, open doors and windows, alarms and temperature changes. Homeowners can upgrade to the service for $ 10 a month, but consumers “may be entitled to save up to 15% of their home insurance premiums,” the company said in a statement.

In March, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. announced that it has teamed up with Notion for the touchscreen program, but said premium rebates will only be around $ 50 a year. 15% seems to be a significant increase in credit for homeowners.

“Risks such as water leaks often remain undetected until they have already caused significant damage. It’s great to work with a partner like Notion who is constantly looking for new ways to help homeowners proactively monitor risks, “said Sarah Jacobs, vice president of product development at Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.

Comcast is joining a growing list of service providers and insurers who now offer sensors to help minimize losses. Chubb, one of the world’s largest insurance companies, earlier this year began offering a 3% discount on premiums for the use of its sensors and up to 8% for the use of plumbing devices.

HUB launches the Personal Lines platform

Hub International has launched a digital platform for transactional personal insurance such as home and car insurance.

The launch of the new platform, called VIU by HUB, follows the acquisition by HUB of Insureon, a digital platform focused on retail space.

HUB hopes to “dramatically change the consumer experience,” said Mark Cohen, president and CEO of HUB.

VIU by HUB will allow customers to engage with HUB as and when they wish, to receive quick offers that minimize the need for manual research, to receive options and coverage, and to consolidate their policies in one place.

VIU by HUB will deliver insurance through its retail channel directly to the consumer. In addition, with its new strategic partnership program, HUB has partnered with car dealerships, mortgage brokers, real estate agents and bankers and other industries to offer insurance through its branded or white VIU by HUB platform.

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