False positives can greatly diminish the viability and profitability of business models based around crash detection programs, such as when the crash detection provides FNOL services to claims automation initiatives.
If your organization participates, or wants to participate, in post-collision economics, the lower speed bands are in essence a new market for you, especially when combined with a mobile-based detection technology that offers First Notice of Loss (FNOL) that is automatic and on-scene.
Imagine the endless configurations of mobile phones, operating systems, and placements on a person and within a vehicle that can occur during a crash. Which also often causes those phones to go flying, in no predictable patterns.
Industry-Leading Crash Detection at Ultra-Low Speeds Continues Innovation, as Sfara Enters Crash Week
This week is another Crash Week for Sfara. The algorithm team arrived today at an undisclosed crash-test facility to conduct crashes and collect additional labeled data to train its machine learning (ML).
- Connected claims for insurance now has a viable path with Sfara’s 3-in-1 solution
- RapidSOS and Sfara partner to offer enterprises crash detection and emergency-response for easy integration into mobile apps
- iPhone 14’s crash detection goes off at Bonnaroo
- Sfara Expands Emergency Service Capabilities to Nearly 40% of the World’s Population
- Apple’s iPhone 14 exposes weaknesses of market’s existing crash detection services (Sfara calls for the industry to act responsibly)