The Plug and Play Tech Center, a startup accelerator based in Sunnyvale, Calif., has announced its latest batch of insurtechs that will take part in its summer insurance program concluding June 14. This year’s cohort features 33 startups broken up into three tracks: General insurance; life, health and benefits; and in this gallery, P&C. Following are the 15 P&C-focused startups looking to aid carriers in modernizing the industry, sporting skill sets in computer vision, cybersecurity, big data analytics and more.
CentrIQ’s mobile app offers a one-stop shop for homeowners to view user manuals for devices around a home, as well as maintenance alerts and how to videos from experts. Direct access to Amazon for ordering spare parts is also available on its platform.
CrowdAI combines machine learning and computer vision to map out road-level data. Its technology highlights new construction, deforestation or drought conditions, which benefits self-driving car, automated drone and satellite image companies.
DataRole compiles information on building permits, violations and fire incident data into a database, providing actionable data for P&C Insurance carriers, inspectors and real estate investors.
Kespry’s aerial intelligence platform leverages drones to automate data related to roof inspections for expedited claims reporting, resulting in an improved customer experience.
TRUEPIC helps insurance companies fight fraud through its mobile app, which verifies the authenticity of the images uploaded online to social media and assures photos are not tampered with.
Matterport makes creating 3D models of a home or commercial space simple through the use of computer vision and virtual reality sensors.
A data science platform for commercial underwriting, DataCubes helps carriers improve customer engagement by eliminating paper and analyzing external data sources to better understand new risks.
Qover acts as a digital wholesaler of insurance, enabling businesses to integrate new products from its open library via APIs.
SpatialKey, founded in 2011, created a geospatial insurance analytics platform for underwriting, exposure management and claims. Its tech works to simplify how insurers consume and act on information, such as hazard and event data.
Self-labeled data intelligence for property insurance, Zesty.ai’s artificial intelligence software leverages more than 115 billion data points on 140 million U.S. homes to extract building characteristics—such as roof geometry or distance to inflammable vegetation—for precise underwriting.
Trillium is an Internet of Things, cybersecurity company focused on protecting automotive and IoT networks from malicious cyberattacks.
Fyusion’s computer vision technology allows insurers to create interactive 3D images, called “fyuses,” resulting in a 360 degree view of a person, individual object or property.
ClaimRide’s standalone tech platform offers rideshare and rental car coverage to commuters that enhances current benefits offered by insurers, motor club or roadside assistance companies.
Another IoT cybersecurity company, Surance.io allows users to fight off unforeseen cyberattacks and initiate claims reporting with insurers.