Airbus Aerial provides back up during California’s Carr Wildfire

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Airbus Aerial, the drone subsidiary of European aerospace corporation Airbus, has pledged its support to insurance providers following a natural disaster in America. 

Powered by Airbus Aerial’s data analytics and high-resolution satellite imagery from Airbus Intelligence, insurance companies are helping policyholders begin to recover from the tragic Carr wildfires in California.

Thanks to Aerial’s cloud platform, insurance damage triage tool kit, and suite of analytics, blended with satellite imagery of targeted areas from Airbus Intelligence, insurance companies can usually process a claim and inform their customers before the customer even knows a loss has occurred.

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The Airbus Aerial Data Portal showcasing the Triage Toolkit, a proprietary damage classification feature designed for insurers.

Aerial directly tasks Airbus high-resolution satellites to capture data exactly around the locations of greatest interest to our customers. Within hours, this data is processed in Aerial’s cloud-based data platform.

Aerial has delivered these types of essential services to major insurance companies in times of disaster before. In 2017 during Hurricanes Harvey and Irma Aerial provided analytics and imagery from drones, manned and unmanned aircraft and from satellites to help insurance companies settle claims quickly and efficiently.

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