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Ovum estimates that the majority of insurers are currently piloting or trialing insurance products that use IoT, and we are likely to see a significant increase in its deployment in the industry over the next 12 to 24 months.


  • The global insurance industry is undergoing a fundamental reshaping, driven not only by technology like IoT, but also by shifting demographics, radically changed customer expectations, and the threat of new entrants such as Google and Amazon.

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  • Assesses the key factors driving adoption of IoT in insurance.
  • Evaluates how IoT will fundamentally impact the insurance sector over the next five years.

Key questions answered

  • How can vendors help insurers to exploit the opportunities presented by IoT?
  • What does the IoT vendor landscape look like in insurance and how will it change?

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  • Summary
  • The insurance sector is an early adopter of IoT
  • IoT offers insurers a platform for new proposition development
  • Some vendors have established an early lead in IoT-based services for the insurance sector


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