LlOYD’S LAB OPENS ITS DOORS TO TECH DISRUPTION

Following a global search for technology talent that drew more than 200 applications from 36 countries, Lloyd’s Lab, the global insurance market’s new innovation accelerator, opened its doors on 3 September.

During an inaugural event, 20 teams pitching their ideas for the chance to develop products, platforms and processes that will help transform Lloyd’s into an increasingly technology-driven market. Start-ups, entrepreneurs and businesses from as far afield as the US, Canada, Israel, the Netherlands, Ireland and the UK, presented ideas ranging from live-streaming drones for fast risk and disaster assessment, to harnessing the Internet of Things for live cargo tracking, to on-demand insurance for the gig economy.

“Lloyd’s has always been at the forefront of innovation – the launch of our new innovation accelerator is an important step forward into our technology-driven future and we’re excited to see how the ideas develop. The Lab is an important part of our future focused strategy which will further strengthen our position as the global center for insurance innovation,” Inga BEALE, Lloyd’s CEO said.

Following the competitive application and pitching process, Lloyd’s has revealed the teams that will be offered a spot in the founding Lloyd’s Lab cohort, kicking off on 8 October*. These include:

Layr, an AI powered insurance platform providing faster access for small businesses buying liability insurance.
CargoSnap, a mobile transportation inspection app connected to a powerful online platform to collect, analyze, and share information in the supply chain, speeding up claims.
DropIn, an on-demand live video streaming platform to streamline insurance inspections and catastrophe response assessment using mobile phones and drones.
Insurercore, a digital-based risk appetite directory for those seeking to place and write risks quickly and conveniently.
BelMead Tech, a claims support platform using blockchain and other technologies, to improve the insured’s claim journey whilst also improving efficiencies for the claim handling team.
Parsyl is a supply chain data platform that combines low-cost sensing hardware and large-scale data mining to allow insurers to better anticipate risk and improve the claims process.
Geollect, creators of proprietary intelligence software for businesses to improve efficiencies, safety and security.
ZASTI, an AI technology platform built using proprietary Deep Learning algorithms to provide predictive and diagnostic solutions to solve multiple business problems.
Qnity, a digital insurance that allows individuals to design their own insurance solutions.
iCede, a cloud-based platform that enables large insurance companies to interact across borders in order to arrange insurance cover for multinational corporations.

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