Seen as a disruptive innovation by Insurance sector players, connected objects can, if properly implemented, contribute to a better appreciation and control of risks. As well as assessing the original sources of risks (driving habits, vehicle maintenance, fire, disease prevention, etc.), IoT is revolutionising customer relations by offering near-constant contact with policyholders to provide an individualised and appropriate response to their behaviour.
Develop new real-time services to improve customer knowledge and limit risk due to more precise segmentation of profiles, all in a context of continuous improvement (test and learn) and controlled costs and Time to Market. The first three major projects concerned home care for the elderly (connected care services), risk prevention, adaptation of insurance contracts (connected vehicles) and augmented remote surveillance, intruder alerts, and fire detection (connected industrial buildings).
- Establishment of a transparent governance structure
- Product management (UX and PO)
- Design, construction and implementation of cloud architecture: prototype, development
- Analysis of cybersecurity risks
- Development of two-sided business models
- Operation on an extended enterprise basis with partners
- Implementation and go-live of cloud platform for management of real-time data from connected objects
- Training of teams
- Application for real-time data management and storage in a datalake
- Development of services accessible via API
- Creation of a space dedicated to datascience and prototype creation
- Enhancement of platform security