USAA, AIG Join State Farm in Receiving FAA Drone Approval

April 8, 2015

  • April 8, 2015 at 2:52 pm
    djc says:
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    Bad idea. They won’t stop at using drones for disasters. The sky will be filled with them and privacy in your own backyard will be over.

  • April 8, 2015 at 9:58 pm
    B.A. Hunter says:
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    This is not just a claims deal, but rather underwriting and loss control functions are going to jump on the bandwagon once the gate is open. Just think of all those residential property condition snapshot surveys that could be done. No more looking over the fence from the alley. Why wait for a disaster to check out the property when you can get a snapshot during the application process.

  • April 14, 2015 at 8:52 am
    Ken Nielsen says:
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    There have been laws on the books in every community for many many years against “peeping Toms”, people sneaking around your house snapping photos of you etc…with strict penalties. How often have you had a stranger taking photos of you in your home…..same rules and penalties will apply to aerial UAV’s. I think it’s unrealistic to think that every Americans privacy is going to be intruded on when these UAV’s finally get approval, which they will, and most likely soon. The third largest consumer UAV manufacture announced April 13 that they have plans to have their new UAV, the SOLO, in Best Buys across the country beginning June 1. They’re here, deal with it.

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