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Arturo and ICEYE Team Up to Bring Insurers Near Real-Time Flood and Property Damage Insights

The collaboration will combine SAR satellite imagery with property insights to enable insurers to respond to flood claims with greater efficiency and accuracy CHICAGO and HELSINKI, FINLAND (May 25, 2022) - Arturo, the proptech company that delivers intelligent analytics from individual property to portfolio, and ICEYE, a world-leading SAR data provider and expert in natural catastrophe...
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The Key to Insurance ESG: Artificial Intelligence

As climate change moved to the forefront of problems the world was trying to solve, the corporate and economic world moved towards socially responsible investing that, in a sense, incentivizes corporations to make more sustainable choices across their environmental impact, the way they promote socially good mores, or how they govern and fairly structure their company.  ESG, or environmental,...
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Meet Marty Smuin, Arturo’s Newest Board Member

Marty Smuin, Arturo’s newest board member, currently serves as the COO of Weave Communications, a publicly traded company focusing on small and medium business; Marty also served as the Co-CEO.  With more than 25 years of management experience focusing primarily on go-to-market strategy and execution, including business and corporate development, sales and marketing, operations and support,...
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Arturo Identifies Presence of Global Cryptid Activity, Underscoring Need for Proactive Risk Mitigation

CHICAGO (April 1, 2022) — Arturo, the proptech company that delivers intelligent analytics from individual property to portfolio, today announced new artificial intelligence models have revealed the presence of cryptid activity in and around residential areas globally. These cryptids, including the American chupacabra, Canadian gumberoo, Australian dropbear, the French and the Japanese...
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What You Need to Know About Claims Tech in 2022

In 2021, global insured catastrophe losses topped $130 billion dollars, according to Aon. Of that sum, nearly 94% came from natural catastrophe events. Unsurprisingly, catastrophic events continue to be of key concern to insurance executives.  Avoidance of risk via robust underwriting analysis will always be the best offense against losses, but having the right claims technology remains...
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What You Need to Know About Underwriting Tech in 2022

If there’s one thing everyone is concerned about in insurance, it’s climate change.  Early pre-season forecasts for the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season from Colorado State University and Tropical Storm Risk show a slightly above average year, indicating an above average number of named storms, hurricanes and major hurricanes.  But while hurricanes can cause the largest loss totals in...
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