Top 8 Insurance Internet of Things Projects

The Internet of Things and insurance are intertwining at a healthy clip, with companies across lines of business leveraging connected devices for several different initiatives. Following are some of the biggest game-changers of the year.

John Hancock Vitality John Hancock Vitality

John Hancock's Vitality program uses FitBit data to help policyholders adjust their premiums by adopting healthy habits. Read more here.

American Modern's Smart Home American Modern's Smart Home

American Modern Insurance built a sample home outfitted with the latest smart devices to figure out how the technology affects risk and claim response. Take a look inside.

Erie Insurance & Google Glass Erie Insurance & Google Glass

The P&C insurer is using Google Glass technology in the field to help its adjusters gather data. Read more.

State Farm, AmFam Give Discounts for Nest State Farm, AmFam Give Discounts for Nest

Home insurance customers for State Farm and American Family get discounts for using Nest smart devices in their homes, like this smoke and CO detector. Get the details.

Beam Dental Insurance Beam Dental Insurance

The Beam smart toothbrush partnered with Renaissance Dental to launch an insurance product for group customers. Get the details.

VSP's smart glasses VSP's smart glasses

Optical insurer VSP is developing its own smart glasses for select policyholders to track health impacts. More information here.

Munich Re Gets the Scoop Munich Re Gets the Scoop

Munich Re America's "Mobility Domain" will focus on establishing strategic partnerships and pilot projects that will enable the company and its clients to develop risk management solutions for such areas as vehicle telematics, shared mobility, crash avoidance systems, and autonomous driving. Get the details.

GuideOne's SafeChurch GuideOne's SafeChurch

Church insurer GuideOne says that smart devices are a key part of its SafeChurch program. Get the scoop from the CIO.

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