Achmea combines insurances with drones. Want to know how?

Posted April 22, 2016

When you talk about innovative industries, insurance will probably not come to mind for most people. However, with the upcoming e-health solutions and diverse business perspectives insurance is definitely next in line. The new technologies might be spicing things up. Did you think about possibilities with apps and even drones? Achmea sure is ready to jump in.
During Campus Party Achmea, the largest insurance company in the Netherlands, will show some of their latest developments including the investigation of claims with the aid of drones, an app for roadside assistance on demand and an app that promotes safer driving. Interesting developments in a corporate industry. It doesn’t end there though. Achmea is ready to shake things up. Innovation is already a key focus for their consumer brands Centraal Beheer, Interpolis and Zilveren Kruis.  Now is time for Achmea’s regeneration. They challenge you to get in the Campus Party Arena and participate in workshops and challenges. More info on that will follow shortly.
Technology can play a big part in customer service, but it can also help to estimate risks accurately and to asses claims correctly. Who doesn’t want to minimalize their insurance costs? Opportunities lie in the corporate ability to innovate, but don’t forget about creativity, up-to-date skills and knowledge of the audience. This is where you Campuseros come in. What better moment to voice your thoughts and actively contribute to change and innovation?
Albert Spijkman, director of Market Strategy: "Campus Party is a unique opportunity to meet pioneers and innovators from the high-tech industry. New technological developments have opened up lots of possibilities. Nobody can do this on their own and we don't want to either. By joining forces, we can achieve more: fewer accidents, fewer burglaries, a safer and healthier society. This is why Achmea is a fully committed partner of Campus Party. And it's why we are pleased to be part of the discussions at this event, including about the dilemmas surrounding topics such as big data, privacy and security. Wouldn't it be great if at the end of May, we had come up with new insights and smart ideas thanks to the interaction with students and other visitors."
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