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Drone technology is anticipated to have a $6.8 billion impact on the insurance industry.

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Flying drone. By collaborating with their training efforts, government entities and insurers can join forces to ensure both parties obtain the information they need following catastrophic losses impacting a large area. (Photo: Shutterstock)

When a natural disaster or catastrophic event occurs, insurance companies want to send in their response teams as quickly as possible to facilitate the restoration and rebuilding of communities affected by the event. Oftentimes, the first responders are holding the carriers back as they try to evaluate and assess where to focus their efforts and determine what the most immediate needs are.

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