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3D Scanning for Insurance

If you’re looking to document the factual state of a piece of property at a point in time, it’s hard to beat 3D scanning. Maybe it should be obvious that insurance companies are progressively using laser scanning to document the state of properties they’re insuring, setting a standard for value and responsibility.

The 3D scans of a property loss provide accurate documentation, ensuring lucidity and fairness throughout the claims process.

This technology permits you to walk through a property virtually and provides precise measurements and visual documentation of damage to a property. Inconsistency can be assessed remotely, this saves your time and reduces the need for inspections, allowing you to lessen the claim cycle and advance policyholder satisfaction.

3D Scanning and Insurance Claims “The insurance adjuster has dozens of claims to assess in catastrophic events and this has to be quick yet accurate. Scanning inherits both qualities of being a camera and a tape measure.”

Why 3D scanning is becoming obligatory in Insurance Claims

In a world where technology and the adaptation of new technology is constantly changing services are becoming better and faster. Accident reconstruction is no exception to this rule particularly in its use of 3D scanning.

Here is why experts should be using 3D scanning:

  • Gives a description of the event and environment

  • Incident Reconstruction and authentication of Measurements

  • Preservation of Evidence

  • Much safer way to examine losses

  • Get precise documentation, increase quality and transparency.

  • Maximize claim cycle efficiency and customer satisfaction.

  • 3D walkthroughs provide exact, easy-to-use documentation that can serve as a source of truth from early policy decisions through claims handling.

Looking toward the future, only a trivial percentage of insurance companies are currently working with this technology, but it is likely to quickly increase once they learn of the technology.

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