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Auto insurers are using the Internet of Things to monitor drivers and cut costs

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

Auto insurers like Progressive, Allstate, and State Farm are using the Internet of Things (IoT) to monitor drivers' habits, including changes in speed, how often they drive, and the time of day they drive. For insurance firms, the e...

BMW gives ActiveE drivers incentive to fuel up with the sun

Vehicles / Cars : Car Tech

BMW ActiveE Smartphone Application (Credit: BMW) By driving electric cars, BMW ActiveE drivers have already kicked the gasoline habit. But now the auto manufacturer is giving them a little help in the effort to quit fossil fuels for...

The big data of bad driving, and how insurers plan to track your every turn

Technology : Post Tech

For years, insurance companies have used estimates of your annual mileage to determine your car insurance rates. But with recent changes in technology, insurers now have an unprecedented ability to judge your actual driving habits. ...

Insurance Companies Want to "Plug in" to Your Driving Habits

Vehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Posted on 05.2.2013 17:00 by Justin Cupler Car insurance companies are always trying to find some way to better monitor your driving style and habits to help adjust their premiums accordingly. In fact, yours truly fell for the Progr...

Toyota, BMW sharing data with startup to improve autonomous driving - Roadshow

Vehicles / Cars : Car Tech

The pair will license Nauto's tech, which uses aggregated data to improve self-driving car systems.


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