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Nine Companies Support 2022 AgroInsurance International Conference as Sponsors and Partners
AgroInsurance International Conference will take place in Tbilisi, Georgia on September 26-28, 2022. Hannover Re – the leading agricultural reinsurance company is the official Conference Sponsor. Five companies have already supported this event contributing to the Conference agenda making presentations on various aspects of agricultural insurance during the first two days. Several technology companies join the Conference as Partners.
Book The Dates: AgroInsurance International Conference will be held on September 26-28, 2022
Epidemic situation with COVID-19 has been put globally under control with major air connections and international travels renewed. Georgia has also eased most of the restrictions making it possible to confirm the new dates of the International Conference “Agricultural Insurance, Reinsurance & Brokerage in CIS, Europe & Asia”. The venue will be held on September 26-28, 2022 in Tbilisi, Georgia, at the Biltmore Hotel.
Online Agroinsurance Conference to be held on October 4-5, 2021
COVID-19 contamination statistics is still rising in 80 countries, with Georgia currently leading the list. Over the last two weeks, the daily number of new cases reported in Georgia reached new highs. As of today, COVID-19 infections in Georgia are at their peak with the highest daily average reported since the whole period of pandemic in the country.
EVENT UPDATE: AgroInsurance Conference will be held on October 4-6, 2021
As the global situation with the COVID-19 is being put under control with the massive vaccination being currently in progress, AgroInsurance team confirms that the International Conference “Agroinsurance, Reinsurance & Brokerage for CIS, Europe & Asia” is planned for October 4-6, 2021 in Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi.
AIAG Online Loss Adjusters' Seminar on Hail and Frost Damage on Berries - 22nd June 2021
Due to the uncertain situation relating to COVID-19, the seminar on «Hail and Frost Damage on Berries» will unfortunately not be able to take place in Switzerland this year as planned. However, the seminar will be held in Switzerland in spring 2022 within the usual setting. In preparation for this, we would like to invite you to participate in the following event: Online Loss Adjusters' Seminar on Hail and Frost Damage on Berries 22nd June 2021 | 1 to 4 pm (CEST)The program covers the following points: •Insurance situation and offer in Switzerland, portrait of Swiss Hail•Presentations from other countries on berry production, insurance coverage and claims settlement•Technical presentation on new developments in berry cultivation and production methodsPlease feel free to forward this invitation anyone interested at your company. Further information on the free online seminar and registration will be provided at a later date. We would be pleased to welcome as many of you as possible. Source - https://www.aiag-iahi.org
AgroInsurance hosted a webinar dedicated to Covid-19 Survey results
On March 10, 2021, AgroInsurance International hosted a webinar “Covid-19 pandemic and agricultural insurance market. Report Summary”. The webinar discussed the impact caused by COVID-19 pandemics on agricultural insurance industry in 2020. Survey outputs were presented by Roman Shynkarenko, founder of Agroinsurance International. This survey was based on feedback received from 64 respondents from 29 countries. According to the survey results, COVID-19 did not have a significant effect on business operations of the agricultural insurance market overall. COVID-19 became an influencing factor in 2020, which encouraged insurance companies to focus on new technologies and solutions more seriously. Three companies sponsored this survey and during webinar they presented examples of technology solutions that helped agricultural underwriters and loss adjusters at time of 2020 lockdowns. Nick Ohrtman (Geosys) spoke about two examples of how Geosys analytics was integrated in their customers workflow in Brazil. Gregoire Tombez (GreenTriangle) presented cases of how agriculture insurance players digitized the loss adjustment process in several countries using solutions developed by Green Triangle company. Victor Yermak, CEO and founder of Skyglyph explained a cloud-based solution, developed by his company, that allowed insurers doing virtual inspections of clients’ fields and assets in 2020 by using their remote technology Virtual Crop Inspection. More than 80 online participants from 44 countries joined the webinar and contributed to the discussion adding more insights for better understanding of challenges faced by agricultural insurance industry worldwide. The webinar recording may be accessed through the link - Summary Webinar - Influence of COVID-19 on Global Agricultural Insurance Industry DOWNLOAD REPORT - Covid-19 pandemic and agricultural insurance market: Impact, changes and conclusions Source - https://agroinsurance.com
Workshop: From Best Practices to Practice – Earth Observation for Agro-Insurance
In the last few years there has been a fast growth in the amount of Earth observation (EO) data acquired from space. Earth observation (EO) provides various possibilities to support business processes of the agro-insurance industry. However, there seems to be a major gap between the perceived potential and the actual application of available EO capabilities by the agro-insurance sector. The Earth Observation Best Practice for Agro-Insurance (EO4I) project, initiated by the European Space Agency (ESA), builds on this bottleneck to fully exploit the opportunities EO offers for the agro-insurance sector. To go to the next step, a dedicated workshop on future EO-based insurance solutions is organized to progress from the best practice to practice. The two EO companies GeoVille and VITO together with the champion users from the agro-insurance sector are working closely together to find out more about the needs and challenges of the agro-insurance’s sector and how these might be addressed with the current and future EO capabilities. The results of these discussions and workshops will be presented during the third workshop. We are delighted to invite you on behalf of the project consortium to participate in this workshop. This workshop takes place virtually on April 28 and 29, 2021 and is divided into two morning sessions. In this workshop the capabilities and gaps will be aligned with possible future insurance solutions providing higher integration of the EO services into the agricultural insurance operations. The Project Team will extract the full potential of EO for the agro-insurance sector in dedicated presentations and following discussions . Register online (link) for the workshop before Thursday, April 14, 2021. Agenda: Wednesday, 28 April 2021, 9 – 12 a.m. CET | Connecting EO services and products to future insurance solutions. Challenges & Requirements of the agro-insurance sectorTechnological push by Covid-19 pandemic?Discussion: additional requirements?Current and future EO capabilitiesDiscussion: From Best Practice to PracticeThursday, 29 April 2021, 9 – 12 a.m. CET | Earth Observation for Agro-Insurance – From Best Practice to Practice Workshop: Enhancement of existing insurance products / creating new insurance products / future insurance solutions – e.g. pick a primary/re insurer use case & define the ideal product(s) (How would an ideal service look like? Which thematic aspects are needed? Which analysis tools are required? Dashboard requirements/API …)If you have any questions regarding the workshop, please contact via EO4Iworkshop@geoville.com Source - www.geoville.com
AgroInsurance Covid-19 Survey Report – Register in Advance - Book your seat at the summary webinar on March 10, 2021
Join the global agriculture (re)insurance community on Wednesday, March 10, 2021, at 10:30 am (CET) for a summary webinar dedicated to presentation of COVID-19 Survey results. Estimated duration: 1.5 hours. COVID-19 Survey was conducted by AgroInsurance International in 2020-2021. Survey results and market insights include responses and comments of respondents from 29 countries. Survey’s outputs will be presented along with several examples of technology solutions that served as efficient tools for underwriters and loss adjusters at time of local and global lockdowns in 2020. This survey is sponsored by Geosys (www.geosys.com), GreenTriangle (www.green-triangle.com) and Skyglyph (www.skyglyph.com) technology service providers, making it possible to distribute the report with results to a broad public worldwide free-of-charge (on e-mail request). The aim of this survey was to assess the actual impact caused by COVID-19 pandemics to agricultural insurance industry. Survey questionnaire responses are complemented and updated with the personal communication notes and analysis of industry-related public sources. Summary presentation, key outputs and the follow up discussion will cover COVID-19 effects on: Business operation of agricultural insurers, reinsurers, brokers and technology service providers;Underwriting agricultural portfolio;Loss adjustment;Client management;Application of technology solutions in the agricultural (re)insurance industry in 2020.Detailed agenda will be additionally communicated to the registered participants before March 5, 2021. The full version of the report will be distributed upon the completion of the webinar. Those registered participants, who will not be able to join online broadcast on March 10, 2021, at 10:30 CET will have an opportunity to access the webinar recording later, as well as make votes or leave their comments through the capabilities of the webinar platform. Organizations and individuals that may miss this opportunity to register, may still request a copy of the report by contacting AgroInsurance International by e-mail: email@example.com. The webinar is free of charge and open to all interested in the latest agricultural insurance developments in the world. Online accommodation may be limited, so we advise securing your participation in advance by filling the form below (or follow this link to register): Source - https://agroinsurance.com