03 mai 2016

NEXYAD presentation at CONNECTED CAR INSURANCE in London

NEXYAD presentation at CONNECTED CAR INSURANCE in London NEWS : Last month, NEXYAD went to the congress CONNECTED CAR INSURANCE in London. NEXYAD shared a booth with the company INTEMPORA (as NEXYAD integrated INTEMPORA technologies into their products : see RT-MAPS).Those two hight-tech companies (NEXYAD and INTEMPORA are both members of the MOV'EO Groupement ADAS http://groupementadas.canalblog.com/). NEXYAD also made a speech to present their real time onboard risk assessment software modure SafetyNex (available on... [Lire la suite]

13 janvier 2016

NEXYAD ADAS : In-Car Sensors Put Insurers In The Driver's Seat

JUN 27, 2014 @ 12:34 PM 7,918 VIEWS In-Car Sensors Put Insurers In The Driver's Seat By Teresa Meek Jeff Branson, the police chief of Mattoon, Ill., has been tracking a lead-footed driver for nearly two years. A couple of times, he’s caught the guy doing 70 in a 55. He’s confiscated the vehicle twice but never issued a ticket. The speed demon just happens to be his 18-year-old son Chase. Branson monitors his son’s driving habits with a device provided by auto insurance provider State Farm that plugs into the car’s data... [Lire la suite]
06 janvier 2016

Driving behaviour monitoring for risk of accident estimation : SafetyNet

Driving behaviour monitoring for risk of accident estimation : SafetyNetBy NEXYAD INTRODUCTION The Insurance companies, the Automobile Manufacturers and their suppliers have every reason to measure driver behavior. This has already begun with the onboard devices of the insurers for their new "pay how you drive" business model : the idea of ​​car insurance companies is to modulate princing according to the dangerousness of behavior. Then every driver becomes unique and pays an ad-hoc price: An embedded device in the vehicle (or App... [Lire la suite]
05 janvier 2016

Mesure du comportement de conduite des conducteurs : SafetyNex

Mesure du comportement de conduite des conducteurs : SafetyNex Par NEXYAD   INTRODUCTION Les Compagnies d'Assurances, les Constructeurs Automobiles et leur équipementiers ont tous des raisons pour mesurer le comportement du conducteur. Cela a déjà commencé, avec les boîtiers des assureurs dans le cadre du fameux "pay how you drive" : l'idée des compagnies d'assurance automobile est de moduler les tarifs en fonction de la dangerosité des conduites : un boîter embarqué dans le véhicule (ou une App sur le smartphone du... [Lire la suite]