Check out the coverage in Suas News on our  partnership  with the Drone User Group Network!

Check out the coverage in Suas News on our partnership with the Drone User Group Network!

OUR USAGE BASED INSURANCE IS UP AND FLYING!

Friday, November 3rd 2017

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CAPTURING UNIQUE USAGE BASED DATA 

- Our Airsight and UAVAir customers are performing commercial flights with PrecisionTRAX and its embedded Usage Based Insurance!

- Usage Based Insurance (UBI), co-innovated with our insurance partners at QBE, enables operators to pay for insurance per flight minute; only when they fly

- The PrecisionTRAX FlyNow app captures and -aggregates mission data, enabling large scale UAV deployment and UBI

- We have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from our experienced operators 

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WHAT’S NEXT?

 

Pilot, UAV, and flight rating and scoring  

  Dynamic pricing, and claims self-service 


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