Agenda

The Full Spectrum Of Possibilities For Making Use Of Data As The Industry Moves From Paper Logging To Electronic Logging

8:50 Chair's Opening Remarks

Chris Carver, President, ATG Risk Solutions

MOVING FROM PAPER LOGGING TO E-LOGGING

EXAMINING HOW THE INCREASED USE OF E-LOGGING TECHNOLOGIES WILL IMPACT RECORD KEEPING AND PRICING MODELS

THE E-LOGGING MANDATE: INCREASING UPTAKE & DRIVER AWARENESS

9:00 Assessing FMCSA Requirements for Electronic Logging Devices For Increasing E-Logging And In-Cab Monitoring Uptake Through Increased Training And Awareness

  • Hearing an overview of Electronic Logging Devices final rule and implementation timeline for ELDs
  • Understand the technical Specifications - what will an ELD tell you?
  • Identify monitoring drivers and supporting documents for ELDs
  • Learn how to stay away from harassment or coercion
  • Examining how other safety devices can be integrated into ELDs
  • Learning about new ELD Training opportunities to increase driver uptake

William Quade, Associate Administrator for Enforcement and Program Delivery, FMCSA

9:30 Question & Answer Session

EVOLUTION OF COMMERCIAL TRUCKING INSURANCE: KEYNOTE PANEL

9:40 Understand The Future Possibilities For Making Use Of Predictive Driver Behavior And Vehicle Usage Data From E-Logging For Underwriting And Rating Commercial Truck & Fleet Insurance

The influence of telematics in commercial lines is growing and insurers are beginning to recognize the value in data produced by telematics platforms and the affect it could have on pricing and risk. The opening keynote panel, headed by leading commercial insurance carriers, will set the context for operating within the radically changing landscape

  • Assessing pricing models and risk management perspectives based on telematics data and how insurers are translating them to increase benefits for their clients
  • What kind of pricing plans are they offering and how were they developed
  • How much discounts are being offered? What advantages are they seeing?
  • Discussing how commercial insurance policies will need to evolve in the context of the move from paper logs to e-logs
  • Quantifying the level of customer acceptance and anticipated future adoption rates across the independently operators and fleet operators to define a timeframe for full adoption
  • Opening up a dialogue to improve the relationship with clients to push the adoption of telematics and reduce the number of claims

Moderated by: Chris Ziance, Product Manager, Progressive Insurance

Conor Jensen, Analytics Program Director, Zurich North America

Mike Gramm, Senior Vice President - E&S Casualty Underwriting, XL Catlin Insurance

William Quade, Associate Administrator for Enforcement and Program Delivery, FMCSA

10:10 Extended Question & Answer Session

10:20 Morning Refreshments In The Exhibition Area

DATA MANAGEMENT

INTERPRETING DRIVING AND LOCATION DATA COLLECTED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES TO DEVELOP ACCURATE PREMIUMS

DATA OWNERSHIP AND PRIVACY: PANEL DISCUSSION

10:50 Clarifying Who Owns Data From Telematics Technologies, Who Has Access To It And How Will Be Used To From A Rating Standpoint

  • Conceptualizing how insurers and fleet operators can work in concert to exchange data from e-logs, onboard cameras and other telematics devices to deliver mutual benefit
  • 3rd Party Data : Exploring the trade off of purchasing driving data from 3rd party aggregators vs. first hand data: Are the losses associated with data greater than the in-house costs?
  • Privacy Implications : Understanding key consumer concerns over privacy to outline steps for encouraging data sharing with the insurer whilst overcoming client dissatisfaction
  • How has the legal perspective on privacy evolved over time and what direction the experts are taking
  • Determining whether any government regulations will put in place once the e-log mandate is in place to make data sharing compulsory

Moderated by: Chris Ziance, Product Manager, Progressive Insurance

Rishi Arora, Product Development Manager, Progressive Insurance

Robert Cleveland, Product Manager, Bankers Insurance

11:20 Question & Answer Session

WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO GO WITH THAT INFORMATION?

11:30 Strategies For Managing, Using And Interpreting Data Gather From Telematics Devices To Make Accurate Decisions When Insuring Commercials Trucks

This presentation delivers a real worldview from an insurer company that has recognized the value of data produced by telematics from a pricing and risk management perspective, and translated it to increase benefits for its clients. The case study would appeal to any commercial trucking insurance company that is not quite sure how they are going to use that information

  • Discussing the value of tracking driver's hours of service : Learn what did the insurers use that data for?
  • Learn how benchmark information like hard braking, gear shifting, harsh cornering and acceleration is indicative of driver risk
  • Hear how underwriters are picking up the incorrect or bad data in a systematic manner when signals go off
  • Establishing which technologies were used for processing large amounts of data

Conor Jensen, Analytics Program Director, Zurich North America

12:00 Question & Answer Session

12:10 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

TECHNOLOGY BREAKTHROUGHS IN THE COMMERCIAL TELEMATICS TRUCKING SPACE

Understanding How Data Gathered From Smartphones, Embedded Devices, GPS Systems, Lane Departure And Collision Avoidance Devices Is Affecting Insurance Models, Liability, And Claims

INSURER-LED TELEMATIC TECHNOLOGY CASE STUDY

1:10 Smartphone Case Study 1: How Smartphone Solutions Are Evolving To Keep The Trucking In Compliance: Will Apps Replace Hardware?

Installed Vs. Mobile Case Study 2: Comparing Installed Platforms Vs. Mobile To Prevent And Cut Down Driver Distraction

Key Need To Knows Discussed During Each Case Study:

  • Capacity Of Different Devices : Assess how effective the systems are for tracking speed, acceleration, harsh braking, harsh cornering data
  • What size trucks are using them : Learn if its more small sized independent operators, mid-size 10-15 units or bigger companies with 50+ vehicles
  • How are they preventing accidents and lowering claims
  • How are they being used to develop accurate ratings
  • What are the different companies are providing telematics devices

Waleed Wadi, Technical Director, Loss Control Services, Nationwide Insurance

2:00 Extended Question & Answer Session

E-LOGGING TECHNOLOGIES - FLEET OPERATOR PERSPECTIVE

2:10 How Operators Feel About ELDs, What Are Their Concerns About The Technology, Why Some Support It And Some Don't, How Are They Using The Data Now For Managing Their Fleets And Their Drivers, And What We Expect Will Happen

Doug Switzer, CEO, Motor Coach Canada

2:40 Question & Answer Session

2:50 Afternoon Refreshments In The Exhibition Area

MINING E-LOG AND TELEMATICS DATA FOR RISK ANALYSIS

3:20 This panel will explore what e-log and telematics data can tell businesses about vehicle/driver performance and driving risk exposure.  Even basic information on time of day, area of operation, and mileage driven can provide insight into when, where and how a vehicle was driven.  When correlated with historical risk factors, incidents and losses, this data can provide predictive analytics on driven risk to help guide fleets on how much risk to retain, and inform captives on the amount of risk to cede.  Attendees will also learn how predictive driving analytics inform insurer loss prevention programs to help commercial auto clients improve vehicle safety and reduce the frequency of collisions.

Session Led By: Chris Carver, President, ATG Risk Solutions

Panelist: EMC Insurance, Speaker TBC

Panelist: Baldwin & Lyons Insurance, Speaker TBC

E-LOGGING DATA VARIABLES

3:50 Collecting Data From E-Logs: What Are The Variables That Can Be Gathered To Increase Acceptability And Better Price Premiums

  • Data Variables : Evaluate braking and acceleration habits to determine which driving behaviors are risky
  • Data Quality : Assess the richness and value of data produced by e-logs to quantify the advantages of moving from paper logs to e-logs
  • Claims Reduction : Understand how much loss avoidance e-logging can bring
  • Data Sharing : Learn how to overcome driver reticence and circumvent data privacy and ownership issues
  • Adoption Rate : Clarify what the vehicle manufacturer's role will be in driving the adoption of e-logging technologies

Alan Purdy, Product Manager, Wrightspeed (Stepping in for Ian Wright, Co-Founder, Tesla Motors)

4:30 Question & Answer Session

ON-BOARD MONITORING CAMERAS

HOW MONITORING DRIVER BEHAVIOR AND VEHICLE USAGE DATA CAN IMPROVE CLAIMS HANDLING

IMPACT OF ONBOARD CAMERAS ON CLAIMS

4:40 Assessing How Insurers Are Using Real-Time Video Data To Reduce Reliance On Driver Statements Whilst Lowering Claims

  • Dependability : Assess how dependable cameras are in capturing the complete picture before collision
'The camera is actually not running the entire time, it only runs if there     is an incident, it will activate the camera and it will show what the driver     is doing and a few seconds before and a few seconds after the incident'
  • Effectiveness : Examine how effective the systems are and how much of a reduction in losses insurers can expect
  • Claims Handling : Learn how video data prior to impact is enabling insurers to make accurate decisions regarding claims handling
  • External Cameras And Hard Braking : Understand how cameras outside the trucks are demonstrating the causes of hard braking to inform claims handling decisions

5:20 Question & Answer Session

5:30 Chair's Closing Remarks

5:40 End of Conference

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