The right imagery can help insurers respond more quickly and effectively to disasters, and can also help them advise customers on how to keep small problems from becoming larger ones. The right imagery can help insurers respond more quickly and effectively to disasters, and can also help them advise customers on how to keep small problems from becoming larger ones. (Photo: Near Space Labs)

Risk profiles of insured properties evolve over time and it can be challenging for property and casualty insurers to update policies to keep pace with normal year-to-year changes. Climate change adds a substantial wrinkle to the equation by increasing the frequency and impact of natural disasters. Access to visual data will be critical for P&C underwriters and adjusters to help their customers recover quickly from disasters, as well as to mitigate and adapt to future changes that impact the claims environment.

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