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FAA APPROVES DRONES (UAS) FOR COMMERCIAL USE?

Posted by Morgan Cassady on Jun 27, 2016 1:37:50 PM

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted several new operating rules for the commercial use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)—most commonly known as drones. These new rules go into effect August 2016 and are covered by the FAA's 333 Exemption and the Small UAS Rule (14CFR part 107). I have summarized a few of the main changes taking place in August; along with our initiatives.

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Topics: Drones, Technology, Exterior Inspection, Underwriting Inspections

Use of drones in underwriting and claim inspections?

Posted by Morgan Cassady on Jan 8, 2015 8:30:00 AM

We get asked all the time about the use of drones in underwriting and claim inspections. Here’s a good article from BBC News about the state of the market – we continue to keep a close eye on this emerging technology and you can be certain we’ll be at the leading edge when the use of drones is practical, economical and efficient.

http://bbc.in/1BLBS55

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Topics: Claims, Underwriting Inspections, Technology, Drones

Be careful using ladders, safety matters.

Posted by Morgan Cassady on Nov 13, 2013 9:49:00 PM


Inspectors and adjusters - 

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Topics: Claims, Safety, Underwriting Inspections, Ladder Safety

Good photos are important for any report

Posted by Morgan Cassady on Nov 12, 2013 9:36:00 PM

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Topics: Claims, Lighting, Underwriting Inspections, Photography Tips, Photos, Low Light

Essential Tech Skills for Today's Claims Adjuster

Posted by Morgan Cassady on Oct 23, 2013 8:20:00 PM

Reliable technology is becoming even more important in the field of claims adjusters and property inspectors.

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Topics: Claims, Underwriting Inspections, Technology, Inspector Tools, Equipment, Adjuster Tools

Underwriting Inspectors, Need A New Camera? Pick a winner...

Posted by Morgan Cassady on Oct 16, 2013 4:30:00 PM


Underwriting Inspectors and claims adjusters, need a new camera? Be sure to pick the right one. It needs to produce excellent image quality, reliable, durable and affordable. Don't expect it to last until the end of the millennium, but it should last longer than a few weeks.
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Topics: Claims, Underwriting Inspections, Cameras, Inspector Tools, Equipment, Adjuster Tools, Buying Guide